The QLK Axel Tutorial

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Finally the conditions were just what I have been waiting for to shoot the footage for my QLK Axel tutorial!

Because when you’re about to film the footage for a tutorial, finding close to perfect conditions is kind of crucial. Then things are so much easier! ????

So yesterday the steady onshore wind clocked in at about 4 m/sec or 8-10 mph if you’re in those measurements. Now that’s what I call close to perfect!

I used my yellow wented quad and it proved great for the occasion. The mesh let through exactly enough wind to build up a decent pull. Not too much, not too little.

‘Nuff said. Let’s get started!

The Axel Tutorial

I’m sorry for a few unfocused clips in there, but for some reason, the camera didn’t get the focusing right on a few occasions. I didn’t notice until I was back home, but I decided to use those clips anyway.

Questions, comments, or whatever? Please drop me a line in the comments form below. All input is appreciated! ????

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