I have a photo from that hunt where someone missed a goose and if you look close you can see the shot traveling just high and behind.
I got my dog (Dillon's Dark and Stomy by Lamborn's - call name Sophie) from Lamborn's labs (http://lambornslabradors.webs.com/
). I love her to death but vocalization is her big downfall. She whines when she's in the blind at times. Have got 3 junior hunt title passes and a working cert. I wish I could get the 4th pass but she knows when we're at a trial, knows when she doesn't have an e-collar on, and I don't have enough to time to work through the issues we have to the point that they won't pop up in a trial. Regardless she's a retrieving maching and has more desire than I know what to do with. She's much better for pheasants than waterfowl because she can burn off all her energy.
I just edited them with iPhoto on my MacBook. The mixed black and white/color photo is a from a nice app called "ColorSplash" that I have on my phone.
You're right. Filming waterfowl hunts (and making it look good) is tough. Filming deer hunts in a way is easier (to make it look good), but its frustrating when you have to move that much more and risk being busted (https://vimeo.com/81159268
). I just upgraded my camera thanks to a bonus from work. I was using a Canon T3 (used in some of the goose hunting movie from this year), but recently upgraded on trade in to a T5i. I'm going to try more filming with it. Most of the lower 1/2 photos are with my new camera.