Posting videos on this board.
Heads up: all videos I critique in this forum must remain posted as long as the thread exists. I am not here for your personal use, and when I comment on a video of your technique, I'm really showing everybody else what you're doing wrong. If this bothers you, don't post the video. But if you do post the video and I comment on it, it stays up. If this doesn't work I'll have to stop commenting on videos. This would be the loss of a good free coaching opportunity, but less work for me, so be nice to your fellow Q&Aers.
Last edited by stef; 01-12-2011 at 02:18 PM.
Important Guidelines for those who want to improve the chances of a video being posted in this forum:
1. Right-side up videos only.
2. Trim it so that the prep is not shown. You can do this before upload or by using a tool such as the YouTube video editor of by setting the time in the link.
Eg add "&t=56" at the end of the url to make it start at 56 seconds in.
3. Upload videos that show something different from all the common mistakes that have been addressed in the book, DVD, and here over and over and over and over. If you're new and don't know, then search and review videos before posting yours.
Last edited by stef; 08-10-2012 at 07:35 PM.