We don’t see a lot of videos from Joe Simon in the BMX world these days, but when he does drop a video it’s always something to take note of. Today we get a little how-to advice on speed ramping in BMX and skateboarding. This piece was put together for a more general group of film makers versus BMX riders, but everyone who is putting out edits these days can definitely use this tutorial to their advantage. Let Joe explain how to use speed ramping and how to make it happen while editing. This has a ton of footage from the Chase Hawk Oakley video and some riding footage from Fun Fun Fun Fest last year for you to enjoy as well.
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Speed ramping is great for creating smooth transitions in and out of slow motion. It also has the power to advance people through story lines in different spaces or times. Joe Simon is here to share some tips on how to use speed ramping to your advantage.”