Boy are you in for a treat. It's a 2d version of something shot in 3d! Josh Bryceland is basically always fun to watch no matter how many dimensions he occupies. But then again, there's only a minute of super duper widescreen-ified video and it's so cluttered with effects, color "correction" and motion tracking titles that you barely get to see him shred. To top things off, they use a song that you've certainly never seen used in a video before.
From the creators: "This is a 2D short version of a experimental short we filmed with the Phantom Gold HD with an innovative 3D lens converter, or to you and me a super expensive camera that shoot stunning slow motion imagery in sweet 3D. We are always looking how to push the boundary's of what we do and this was a day well spent in the woods!
Big thanks to The Camera Crewing guys for their time and letting us play with the Phantom!
Josh was epic on the day and we hope to film with him again in the future, in a less experimental fashion!"