Hi guys! Been a while since I posted in here but I need some advice. Me and a friend were both rowers (http://www.townandcountrytravelmag.com/cm/tandctravel/images/crew-team-boston-fb-15404010.jpg) for about 5-6 years in high school and coincidally both have an interest in video/cinematography. He made some talks about making a video of some of the races now that we are in college....Obviously DSLR's seam to be better for still stuff but I think rowing is a beautiful sport and I haven't really seen too much footage I liked of rowing that I liked as most of it is to video like. So my question is how should I even go about capturing the essence of rowing? I was thinking about throwing a first person GoPro camera in with the coxswains for a practice/race, then having me and my friend try various angles with out DSLR's...I was thinking one of us in the motor boat that follows and one of us on land. My friend has a Canon 7D with a 50mm 1.8 and a Canon 135mm zoom lens and I have a Canon 550D with the stock 18-55mm lens. Any suggestions on how we can make a video with a very cinematic look and very professional looking? Probably not any serious budget but most defiantly room to rent lens, shotgun mics, etc. One thing I was thinking about was the framing of the video, I feel like 16:9 is a nice aspect ratio and that anything wider would be a bit constricting on the shots (I even considered a 1080x1920 aspect ratio for a "tall" video but it seams a bit ridiculous). My coach is a really nice guy and he's let people do video's in the past and is supportive of anything that puts the sport out there.