It's a tricky situation these days, when video is everywhere. Drones and gimbals are part of every filmer's arsenal and high-end smartphones with insane cameras surround us in the media.
But most riders don't have their own filmer on hand all winter, and if you're scraping together your pittance for flights, lift passes and what could theroretically be described as food, the shiniest iPhone XS Max might not be top of your spending list. Try a potato phone with a single megapixel camera instead.
Fin Bremner's solution? Embrace it all, hence the 'ALLRES' title to his smartly put-together season edit. With the help of camera friend Seth Hughes, he's mashed his available clips together, regardless of codec, framerates or resolution.
It's all helped along by a (literally) dizzying array of big air stunts, honed with the help of the GB Park & Pipe squad. There'a a lot of corks popping off, and even a switch backside 12 sneaks in. No sign of his signature back seven shifty-shifty though - c'mon Fin.
"With the help of camera friend Seth Hughes, he's mashed his available clips together, regardless of codec, framerates or resolution"
Conclusion? Not wank! Here's what Fin had to say about it all:
"The name ‘ALLRES’ comes from the fact that everything for the edit was filmed off a load of different peoples' iPhones, cameras, GoPros and potatoes. Given the large variations of filming Seth has done an insane job of the edit.
At the start of the season I was super keen to film a season round up edit, which proved to be a lot more difficult than anticipated without set filming weeks or without a filmer coming out at all. Pretty much all the shots have been taken through being in the right place at the right time, if one of the boys were already filming someone else or just a one-shot film session.
The majority of the edit is filmed in the freestyle heaven of Laax snowpark who provided the goods for another season this year, with supporting shots from the scenic pre-season trip to Stubai Glacier and a two-week spring trip to Mottilino snowpark cut short by blowing out my ankle.” - Fin Bremner