March 12, 2010 | Uncategorized

Stunt Glider Pilot

To produce this video we removed the nose cone of the glider and constructed, in its place, a very strong camera platform facing the skilled stunt pilot. The music is “I Just Want To Get You High” by http://www.vincenthayes.com/ with Steve Yankee. This film is available for licensing.

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One thought on “Stunt Glider Pilot

  1. the Angel of that's a pity

    Looks fun…when birds seem to be gliding in for landing they’re usually heading for water

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