Re: Best of the West!
I film for a couple diffrent outdoor shows part time. I can tell you just like hunting filming never goes as planned. I try to lay down as much footage as I can. I can nit pick TV shows so bad I have a hard time watching them. Example Trophy hunters TV, Matt shoots a buck with a rifle in a blind. One shot is of him using a Rem topped with a leupold, but "reinactment" he's using sponsored browning topped with sponsored nikon. Most of the time you only have one camera running, I run two. One just on the hunter and me filming the animal. This way you get a real reload and reaction shot, not a reinactment. As for the tips to more experinced, I would say good luck, as you are the minority. But I would say that is a good thing.