In this episode Caleb and Ryer are on the road to Oklahoma for a whitetail hunt and they decide this would be a great time to update listeners on what has been going on at Redneck Tech as well as dive deep into filming whitetails. The guys go shot by shot and situation by situation on how to film whitetails and why they do it the way they do it.
Style (noun): 1. A manner of doing something. 2. A distinctive appearance, typically determined by the principles according to which it was designed. Today on the Redneck tech podcast we explore style as it pertains to shooting, editing, and content. We had a follower ask us the difference between Caleb’s and Ryer’s shooting styles, and we decided to expound a bit on that topic. We talk about our stylistic differences, how different clients have different styles, how to shoot and edit for those styles, the style we think different kinds of hunts dictate, how to find your style, and also how to adapt to fit your clients or hunts style. Listen in to hear our take on style, and then let us know your thoughts!
In this episode we introduce you to the new co-host of the podcast, kick off our first ever filmed podcast as well as talk about how to film whitetails. There is no rock science behind it, just good ole fashioned storytelling.
Pre-Production is something a lot of you are not doing and it shows.... This is a simple process in which you have some questions to answer in order to lay some parameters and write some notes on the project at hand. This process is different for everyone but in this episode I go over mine with you!. Do not forget to rate and review on iTunes!!
This podcast is going to cover a couple of the subjects you guys asked for on social media. I cannot cover them all since some of the subjects are a lot more involved. In this episode I cover the areas of ND Filters, Networking, and upcoming projects. Thanks again for all of you that have written reviews and gave the podcast 5 starts on iTunes, it means the world to me.
I've ran a couple bases over the years but one has been my baby for over 8 years and that has been the Muddy Boss Hawg base. I loved the stability and the reliability but I hate the size and weight. This past Feb. I ran across the Out on a Limb Mfg booth and their camera base. I loved the design, size and price so I bought one. I used it all last week in Canada on my bear trip so here are my thought on its performance.
In this episode I go over the two top POV cameras on the market right now, The DJI Osmo Action and the GoPro Hero 7 black. I cover features, images, price, and audio from each camera. There is a clean winner in my mind so listen if you wanna know where to spend your money!
This week I am joined by guest Jamey Shirah who is a really good buddy of mine and we talk about several things. Jamey is a small business owner that recently jumped in on a outdoor filming project with me called "Make It Happen" (@mihseries) that is currently airing on the Mossy Oak Go App. We talk about some of things he does in his small business, things he has learned and also we get into what he thinks of the outdoor industry so far.
Sorry you guys, its been almost a month since my last podcast but it has been a busy spring. Had several turkey hunts happen and been working on edits till now. I asked the other day on IG if you guys had any topics for a podcast and I got several questions/topics to talk about so I tried to hit them all the best I could while winging it. Here ya go!