Has your scooter kid been hounding you to make videos for him yet? If not, it's coming, so be prepared. Videos are a big part of the freestyle scooter culture and if your kid sticks with the sport, he's going to want to start making videos.
Until your scooter kid can throw double back flips with Dakota Schuetz and 1080s with Tyler Bonner, he's going to need a way to stand out in videos, so why not help him out with some creative filmmaking? This article and the accompanying video will outline some examples of how to use creative camera angles to make more interesting videos.
If you want to skip right to the video tutorial, you can find it at the bottom of this article.