Good thread, but my main complaint about most skydiving videos, and no doubt most other "cool" sport videos, is that the producers nearly always see fit to cut between scenes at every available music beat. It gets to the point where you might as well be looking through an album of stills, you hardly see anything happen in each shot before it flicks to something else. It can be really good to see longer sequences and flights, instead.
At least it's not as bad as the hopefully dead practice of showing the first four seconds of an exit, then running it backwards so they return to the plane, then go out again. And back in again.
(This post was edited by rss_v on Aug 10, 2012, 6:52 AM)
Close, those were some outlaw jumps in the city of Hearne "regional" airport
Hearne, TX, the only place in history to have a Wal-Mart close due to rampant employee theft. Also, Granbury was developed and the old landing area, pea pit and beacon are gone. Eagle Flight was bought and sold a few times then moved to Hillsboro to become I-35.
(This post was edited by AggieDave on Aug 10, 2012, 12:13 PM)