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  1. Thanks for the feedback guys. It was a fun process filming it and getting to hang out at the dropzone for the day. Hopefully it has inspired a few people to give it a try.
  2. I'm not too sure if the previous comment was deleted but the skydiver who pulled his chute in the background was another camera operator we didn't end up using footage for. I'm not too sure about the strap though
  3. Thank you! Unfortunately we don't have a tunnel in the state I live in. I wish we did though!
  4. Hi I'm Nick and have just signed up to this forum. I'm from Australia and have only ever been able to go on 2 tandem jumps and hoping that when I go interstate in 2 weeks time I can go on my third. Eventually I'd like to do AFF but unfortunately the money situation isn't the best being a full time student! I recently filmed a short documentary on skydiving for my film making course which has sparked my interest yet again for the sport!
  5. Hi guys, I'm a student film maker and we were asked to create a short documentary type piece on a topic of our choice. I chose skydiving because it had a big impact on my life when I jumped tandem for the first time a few years back. So I decided to use this doco as a way to introduce first timers to skydiving as well as follow someone's journey as they have their first skydiving experience. I thought I'd share it and see what people think. It's my second film and first documentary piece. It was filmed at SA Skydiving in Wellington, South Australia.