terrible lighting, you want your light source to be behind the camera and aimed at your face, not behind your face aimed at the camera
regardless of content a video needs to look good if anyone's going to take it seriously
that aside, the content kinda bored me, you name a few items: headlight, taillight, reflector, and say they are Good, but you don't back it up with anything.
Try putting a few well scripted shots of a car near hitting a bike ninja, then another of a car stopping and giving a friendly wave to a well lit cyclist, etc, yes its cheesy but it at least tries to make a point..
Just standing there and telling people, 'this is a headlight, you should use one to be seen' doesnt do a good job of convincing anyone of the importance of it. I'm sure most ninja's have already had that same thought and brushed it off as being low priority... maybe some real statistics or accident report photos?
bottom line: the entire video's content adds nothing more that wasnt already covered by the thread title 'don't be a bike ninja'; not particularly compelling
Last edited by xenologer; 11-20-08 at 12:46 AM.