The video above shows how to shoot an ice boulder at 40 feet using a camera phone.
The video shows how the boulder is pushed into the water by a rope and then shot through the water to create a photo.
The video is shot in a boulder, and is part of a series on how to use video to capture a boulder shooting.
To use the video, first click on the image in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
The image should now be in a slideshow format.
To open the slideshow, click on any of the three buttons to bring up an overview of the shot.
Each slide has its own image and video description, and you can click on it to switch to the next slide.
Click on any image to switch between the video description and the image.
The videos below will open in new tabs if you click on them while in the video slideshow.
Using the Video Slide Shower app to create video clipsThis section of the video shows the steps you’ll need to take to create videos for a rock climbing video.
To create a video clip, click the video icon next to the video you want to edit.
The editing window will appear.
Once the video has been created, click to start editing.
You can use the slider bar at the bottom of the window to adjust the quality and speed of the editing.
The slider bar will also open a dialog box that lets you specify the location of the slider.
This dialog box will appear when the video is opened.
You may click on this dialog box to edit the video.
You can also click on a button to move the slider to any location you’d like.
When the slider is selected, the slider will move to that location.
The bottom of this dialog will display a slider counter.
When you click and drag from the slider counter, the clip will move forward or backward.
You will not be able to click or drag to resize or move the clip.
You may also click the preview icon next the slider that will bring up the next step in the editing process.
Once you’re finished with the next editing step, you can close the slider and the next time you open the video clip you can edit the clip at that location without moving the slider again.