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Capedal

“Capedal” is a documentary exploring Washington, D.C. off the tourist path and onto the cycling path. With 56 miles of bike lanes and 137 Bikeshare stations, Washington, D.C. holds a place among the most bike-friendly cities in the world. From forested trails running alongside the Potomac to busy urban streets in the shadow of the Hill, “Capedal” joins six D.C. cyclists in the areas they love most.

About the Class
Course Title: 
Methods of Media Production
Semester Created: 
Fall 2013
Creator(s): 
Emily Muth, Katie Gach, Laura Patch
Instructor: 
Wayne J R Osborn
Type of Assignment: 
Class Assignment
GNMC Resources
Technology Used: 
Canon XA10 video cameras, basic tripods, and basic shotgun microphones. We borrowed the GoPro LCD kit from Gelardin in order to take footage with the camera mounted on a bicycle helmet. We did all of our editing in Editing Room 4, using Final Cut Pro X.