Killing turkeys is a lot easier than filming turkeys get killed, that is a fact. In this episode Caleb breaks down exactly how to set up to film birds to get the best footage possible in different situations.
Link to netting: https://www.amazon.com/Ameristep-Leafy-Poncho-Realtree-Camouflage/dp/B00JBTNUTO/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=ameristep+ghille&qid=1585337218&sr=8-1
Host: Caleb Copeland @copecreative
Co-Host: Ryer Porter @ryer_porter Youtube Here
I talk to guys all the time that are not happy about how their videos turn out after they are done with them and they reach out to me see why. Here are some reasons why I think your videos suck....
1. You do not know how to properly run your camera with the right settings
1. Flip it to auto and run and gun (this will never end well0
2. At the very least learn to run your camera with manual focus but we recommend full manual
2. You do not understand how to frame things
1. You dont understand how to frame….
4. multiple people
5. cut aways
7. wide shots
8. tight shots
3. You aren’t producing the talking or getting any talking at all
1. This is something that a lot of the “bigger” productions dont do well...
Brock White is a client but more importantly awesome friend to us here at RTP. He is an extremely successful business owner based out of Phoenix Arizona. Brock owns Rowley White RV where they specialize in selling toy hauler RVs to hunters, campers, and sand dune enthusiast. On this trip, Ryer and Caleb got to go out to the dunes of Southern California to create some content for Rowley White and see what the dune life is all about. The main focus of this podcast is business. How Brock runs his business, how he finds employees, what he is looking for in a person, and all the ins and outs that have made him a huge success.
In our opinion there are 3 types of content (at least what we can produce) Long, short, and micro content. We work in all of these time ranges. On this episodes we explain the difference and how they are produced from our point of view.
We get to sit down with graphics and editing guru Alex Byars from Mossy Oak. He has been working in the outdoor space for over 8 years and has been a huge help to us on the graphics side of things. Hope you guys enjoy the conversation.
We thought it would be a good idea to record our latest pre-production session live for the podcast. It is scattered and in depth but I think it may do some of you some good. Also you will get to see this project come to life in the next few weeks!!