hello, I've just had a look at some kitesurfing videos, covering Aaron Hadlow. I'm really impressed by the shots that they've been able to get - can anyone help identify some of the techniques used? I understand that they use glidecam a lot, but don't know how they've been able to pause the subject of a shot, and let the background carry on, or do some crazy instant maouevres. And the strobe shots are pretty cool to. Is it possible to do the strobe shots with a normal camera? (You see the kitesurfer going through their loop, as if it's on bulb, low lighting, with a flash gun strobing) Youtube example, starting at one of the fun shots here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyAiY6mMGaE&fmt=18#t=1m15s 0m40s, 1m20s, 2m20s (the sound of his landing being on the beat)3m47, 4m,05, 4m15 (bit loop)flash multiple copies of Hadlow m s- Foreground moving realtime, background scenery is on timelapse 1m35, 2m40 CGI huge fast pan shot (like they're on a curved zip line or something) 4m30 7m22 - Like time slows down Andy Gordon's post production - pretty good way to sell FlexiFoils!