Sad as it might be, I love stuff like this.
Great video...sad topic. I love how he threw in some background screams occasionally. Definitely got the message across.
As much as defunct parks facsinate me, it's always sad to see one go into despair, especially with so much of it still intact.
It's a very well-done video, though! The quality is amazing! I especially liked the little things including the rollerskate and arcade tickets. I agree, it did get the point across.
-TinaLast edited by coasterqueenTRN, Monday, May 9, 2011 2:57 PM
I have the same camera that guy has, and I've been waiting to find something that's as interesting to shoot. I did this one last year, but that was more for seeing humans interact.
Very cool video! I felt there was a bit too much pocket-dolly going on at times, but overall the music, video and idea were really executed well. Now if I only had that type of patients for doing video...
Thanks for sharing!
Yeah, those dollies have become too (relatively) affordable, and they're quickly being over-used. For something like this, where the stillness and desolation is kind of the point, it's a little annoying.
I agree completely. I did like some of the shots with the dolly, but I found many of the still shots just as effective. I just got annoyed for a moment when every single new frame was utilizing the dolly.
On a side note, I wish some the steady-cam systems were not so pricey... Those would make video making more enjoyable for me. When it comes down to it though, I just would rather spend $700+ on lenses when I actually get the money.
This video may be one one of the best of its ilk that I've seen. I always have a hard time watching these. You know what a softie I am about closing parks.
Agreed. This is pretty depressing, but a really good video nonetheless. I really liked the logo on the front of the roller coaster train.
That coaster is supposedly one wild air-time filled ride. Stationary "just slide under" lap bars too!
I watched this video and laughed maniacally for several moments while stroking the kitty on my lap.
Then I closed the page because I was bored.
What you do with your kitty is your business.
It is a very, very good thing I wasn't drinking anything when I read the last two posts!Monday, May 9, 2011 10:50 PM
Man this Video bring tears to my eyes. I realize how fortunate I am for being able to visit this place while it was still open and I do miss their Roller Coaster. Their Roller Coaster was a rare breed with the fixed lap bar. It was a nice little Airtime Machine and the ride was all controlled by the levers in the station. seeing the other things there I enjoyed also made me cry. I wish we can bring this park back to life somehow.
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