I finally have time at the end of this week (Friday and the weekend, to be exact), and will have time to devote to practice for the next many months (not every day, but the next many months have a better schedule), and I've set aside specific times to do so.
The problem: it's expected to rain. I've heard it's going to be somewhat bad, at least by local standards.
My question: Is it possible to make a swing video that can receive useful feedback in the 'member swings' section during such weather?
My camera isn't anything designed for the rain (I think... Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS), but I have a tripod, and the range I'm planning to go to (Sepulveda/Balboa in Encino) has a covered area and mats.
My goal is that, with the resulting video and responses, as well as catching up on the relevant "how to practice properly" threads, I'll be able to form a practice plan, post a follow-up video, and so on. I'd also like to be able to find out if I'm filming properly, as I (really do) intend to sign up for Evolvr online lessons going forward (especially with my schedule opening in the coming month and remaining open for many).