Bowman, Rob’s right. You’r

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Bowman,

Rob’s right. You’re question is mad vague. Only because you don’t fully understand the scope of what you are asking. I’ve consulted with others in your state who wanted to do the very same thing. Some had some really workable ideas and some were just smokin’ dope.

First off, watch other hunting shows and see how the pro’s do it. Make notes of what you liked and didn’t then incorporate those things with your own ideas when you plan that video as Rob suggested (it’s called pre-production by the way.) The hunting shows you watch will have been planned down to the last detail and so should yours.

You’re planning a full on production and there’s much to be done before you point a camera at anything. I gotta’ ask, have you ever shot video before?

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