greasegetter wrote:Im sure if you leave the cussing and sky blasting and water swatting out we all would enjoy to watch your videos.The more serious you keep it while still having fun,the more serious fellow hunters will take your group.I myself am new to dhc and from what i have seen here in other posting,i think its safe to say no black hoodies.Good luck.
duckbuster06 wrote:With the name of the group, I wouldn't risk white hoods either.
dmiller_time wrote:We tried videoing some of our hunts this year and it was a disaster. I think we got like 6 or 8 kill shots on camera. We hunt 90% woodies and its in tight ponds and flooded timber so its kinda hard. Had a blast doing it for sure but it was just to fast paced, too low light and all of my buddies would rather have a 12ga in there hand instead of a sony. It was funny to see how cracked out (as my wife woluld say) we get when 50 or so woodies come to a pond in a matter of 30 minutes.
dakotashooter2 wrote:You will find that watching the videos you have made will not nearly be as much fun as just enjoying the hunt while you are on it...........
Kamo Klan wrote:With the name of the group, I wouldn't risk white hoods either.
WTN10 wrote:He was funny like a Pomeranian getting kicked over a fence.
pgquackstacker wrote:I actually started bringing a gun with me on dates, so I bring the girl's father out to my car and tell him if he tries to cock-block me I'll kill him.
okduckdude wrote:The next is the amount of time you have to put in. When filming there are somedays things just dont work out, if your wanting to get mostly kill shots. Plus weather conditions can play a major role in filming as well. But all that hunting and scouting will be nothing compared to the editing process. The editing process you have to go through hundreds of clips, cut, paste, crop, adjust sound levels, adjust the timing, build graphics, put graphics at the proper places, listen to tons of music tracks to find the perfect one for that clip, and within all that you have to find ways to participate in real life as well......... Whew.
It's alot of work. I mean WORK. Mentally and physically draining. Now if you want just a run of the mill video then ignore everything i have said and do whatever.
mudpack wrote:Kamo, the Oklahoma school system seems to have left you wandering about, wondering how to spell the word "wonder".
Hint: it is not spelled W-A-N-D-E-R.
You did say you were in high school, did you not?
why do you take the time to correct a high-schooler's spelling?
Many high schools sponsor video clubs, groups of students who are interested in and have experience with video-making.
Perhaps you could find one of these clubs in a school near you, and could enlist someone with not only experience in this, but who has the equipment necessary to produce a good outdoor vid. Good luck, and I would like to see whatever you produce.
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