Tips For Filming Your Hunting Adventureson Sep 18, 2012
The last piece of advice I want to give is to FILM EVERYTHING. From the time you wake up until the time you go to sleep, film as much as possible. The more footage you have and the more camera angles you have the better your finished product will be. Remember, there's much more to your hunts than just sitting in a tree and shooting stuff. The excitement of getting ready to head out to your stand, a red sunrise on a frosty morning, and the chatter of nearby squirrels all add to the story that is our hunting season, so film as much of that as you can.
When it comes to filming hunts there's a lot of trial and error that goes on, and the best way to find out what works for you is to just try different things. I know I missed a lot of info like packing the gear in and out, camera angles and accessories but this Blog has gotten too long as-is. Hopefully later this fall I'll be able to give some additional advice on the gear that works best for me.
Good luck to those of you out there filming your hunts this fall! And make sure you keep up to date with our season at it happens by watching weekly episodes of Bowhunt or Die right here on Bowhunting.com.