Yes, until he reaches terminal velocity.
The man with a small parachute will fall faster.
They jump out of the plane and accelerate to terminal velocity.
The man jumped out of a plane using a parachute . *-*
As long as it is not accelerating (going faster and faster, or slower and slower), the forces on the parachute are balanced. Initially, the parachute will accelerate - in this case the forces are unbalanced. It will continue accelerating, until the force of gravitation is balanced by the force of resistance.
The dead man with a parachute.
the man in the parachute
a man named somebody
The hippies man! fight the man! Peace!
You do go up, relative to the cameraman, but you never actually gain altitude. When the parachute opens you accelerate upwards and you fell exactly the same as if you were accelerated upwards from rest.