I would like to start expanding on certain topics to give my users a variety of shots to choose from when editing their projects. Many of you have sent me some really great stuff using the traffic time lapses, and I was trying to think of something that could be easily cut between those to better tell a story. To get this shot, I was able wedge my camera in-between the dashboard and the steering wheel. I have a flexible arm with a clamp that is actually holding the camera to the base of the steering column. This allowed me to drive safely while shooting.

Warning: This film actually contains politically incorrect behaviour, nudity and graphic, disturbing images. This police training film demonstrates how to be a lousy cop and a lousy driver. The first half of the film is surprisingly effective, especially for a no-budget 16mm training film in the sixties. Beware: Not for the sqeamish. A big cut above any other driver training film, mostly due to the fact that the central character is a police officer.

Took advantage of one of the "mild" days this winter and was able to record some of my drive in to work. A bonus with this clip that you sometimes don't get is the nat. sound. Be sure to keep your speakers on when previewing.

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Commentary on today's driving habits using antiquated footage from the Prelinger Archive. Thanks Rick!

"Mount Dandenong, Victoria, Australia". Shaky footage of outside the front window of a car. BTW, that's my father driving the car.

Home movies presumably shot by a Detroit, Michigan family in the mid-1950s, with scenes of family and home activities, point-of-view driving down Michigan Avenue towards downtown Detroit, a trip to Silver Lake and possibly to Holland, Michigan.

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