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    I feel this video deserves a discussion given the degree of production that went into it given the audience of this site. What are your thoughts on it? I'm still pretty torn. Pros: - Always a Ty Evans fan even if I don't like every last piece of his work, more so in the past few years but I think he's helped push the creative boundaries that at minimum trickles down to dudes that even make your basic vx video - Independent project - everybody that broke themselves off knew that they were gonna get an over-the-top production from Ty and weren't roped into participation via their sponsor. - Self funded... I have a difficult time wrapping my head around how that was possible, especially considering a van and multiple engine failures worked their way into the budget - The skating was pretty insane Cons: - It's re-watchability for me is pretty low... I ordered it and had a few friends over, we watched it once then hit a few select parts again and that was that - Some of the weird imagery scenes went on far beyond how long I thought they would, especially the 360 cam stuff would have been really neat if shrunk down - The transitions were beat to death in Michael Pulizzi's, was impossible to watch again Overall, I'm glad he's still doing what he does
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    this is a pretty good recap of how it all went down: http://forums.skateperception.com/topic/315367-the-book-of-revelations-of-the-true-church-of-the-skate-perception/ that and the modern skate youth have less interest in learning how to operate cameras in today's social media centric, smart phone driven world
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    Even though I agree with all of your pros, the cons outweigh them, and this video (in my opinion) is one of the worst, most unwatchable pieces of skate media ever made.