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The Chase is On

The Chase is On

Self-filming a hunt is difficult enough.  Trying to capture the essence of the hunt, wildlife in their natural habitat, and a successful harvest seems almost impossible at time. Can hunts be easier to film from a tree stand or ground blind? Possibly, but it not a given.  The most difficult hunt to self-film, as I have found out, is one that is packed full of action and one when you are constantly on the move.  That hunt is a Mountain Lion hunt with hounds. Any film and any story is what you make of it.  It’s yours to create.  If you sole purpose is to capture the kill shot on film, then a mountain lion hunt is inevitably going to be a short video.  The majority of this hunt is spent chasing the sounds of the hounds, stumbling over uneven terrain, and trying to catch your breath.  Not exactly exciting footage, or is it?  There can be many story lines to a hunt as every hunt is unique in its own experience.  It’s how you choose to capture the integrity of the experience that makes a short film different from a video.

 

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