TIPS ON FILMING YOUR OWN HUNT AND KNOWING WHEN TO HIRE A PRODUCERBY JORDAN BUDD - RUNNINGWATERMEDIA.COM
By now a lot of you have booked your fall hunts. Whether a trip of a lifetime or the yearly buddy hunt, you want to document the adventure. But where to start? In this article I’m diving into self filming your hunt. Breaking down what camera you’ll want, extra gear you’ll need, basic shots you’ll need for a story, editing equipment and some things to consider before committing. I’m confident by the end you’ll know if you want to do it yourself, or hire a professional.
First things first, what kind of film do you want? A well flowing story, some highlight shots, or maybe just the kill shot? If you’re only wanting to capture the kill shot or a few highlights of the hunt then your better off picking up a GoPro type camera and/or a point and shoot camera. For the sake of this article we’ll be focusing on a well flowing hunt story. One that follows and captures all of your experiences during the hunt, whether difficulties or successes. This one is much tougher to accomplish by yourself. A tripod and fluid head are going to be a must haves for self-filming. I recommend a carbon fiber
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