OK Guys. I hear you. I put this together from leftover videos. We shot it from the upper view then the lower view. We then switched balls and did it again. Didn't intend on doing an overlay or even a comparison. Like your feedback though. Will use the left lane for now so I can mark the gutter cap for length. On the lower videos I am going to do a stro-motion type of shot. The upper and lower shot will be in regular speed then slow motion. The shot will have a ball left behind at the arrows, the break point and then in the pin deck on the back row. As far as the upper shots. Thinking about using a "scripted" shot method. Every video will use the same "script". Example is a shot from feet-15 eyes-15, feet-20 eyes 15, feet-25 eyes-20....... You get it? Leave it up to Jimmy as far as the script. I feel by doing this you can "see" what every future ball will do compared to every other ball by comparing the scripts (as long as the lane conditions are the same). Also am going to try a reverse overlay. Want the release point and the break point to be the same. Not expecting to show a lot of strikes in our videos but ball motion instead. Think it can be appreciated more and it also help you compare balls even if they are not in the video. Still learning so cut me a little slack, give me some feed back (gently) and enjoy.
P.S. Hope to shoot a good release video of Jimmy and post it soon. He has been VERY BUSY at the shop. Thanks for the support and your patients.