See the note in the description below about the danger embedded in this promo for a company called Vooray – there is a lot of fun embedded in this Canon EOS 5D Mark II (reviews) video as well! Imagine being shot off of a slip and slide… crazy!
By the way, it seems as Devin Graham is into these jumping things – we previously posted his viral “Canon HDSLRs capture crazy monster bike jumps into a pond”
Human Slingshot Slip and Slide – Vooray[tentblogger-youtube ShFAeNdiEiA]
Notice the film crew
The Video Description
www.vooray.com Check below on how to get hooked up with Vooray clothes 🙂
Vooray was the one that sponsored this event for this video!! And for everyone that sees this video are goes to there website, they are hooking them off with 15% off there clothes!! Hola! 🙂
All you have to do is use this promo code, “devinsuperslide”!
Also make sure to check out there facebook page! 🙂
Honestly, Vooray is one of my favorite clothing companies around!! They are all super chill to work with, and they fit my “youtube brand” perfectly 🙂 so I am in FULL support of them! And I'm not getting paid to say any of this, just for the record 🙂
As far as the music goes…. I got full permission from my friends band to use it.
“Can't Stop Won't Stop” wrote the music for this video! You can also buy the song used in the video off of there iTunes, check it out in the link right below! I have there facebook fanpage down below as well 🙂
Check 'em out on iTunes – itunes.apple.com/us/album/kitchen-clean-ep/id380290265
And be sure to add them on facebook 🙂
Film was made by Devin Graham
For the filming of the event my friend Jace LeRoy was a HUGE help in making this all happen as well. We both ran cameras.
Another guy filming the event also let us use the footage that he shot in the evening as well. Special thanks to Kevin Kartchner for that!
As far as lenses we used:
Canon 16-35mm F/2.8 L series lens
Canon 70-200 F/2.8 L series lens
Canon 10-22mm EF-S
We filmed this in Paradise Utah, on private property. Vooray built the jump and rigged the whole thing together. The distance of the lake was 150 feet. Several people had been flung 120 feet during the filming of the video. And actually… 3 people passed out on impact from hitting the water…. so I wouldn't suggest trying it at home 🙂
For more info on the making of this video and the rest of my videos, make sure and check out my blog right below, and while your at it, you might as well follow that to 😉
Would you do that kind of jump? Sound off in the comments
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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