Recapture- a fly fishing film- indiegogo campaign

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  1. mulletdredge

    mulletdredge Member

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    We released a teaser to this upcoming film a while back and here's the indiegogo campaign. We have some amazing perks for each donation level. Check it out and very dollar counts , big or small. We are filming all across North America . Fishing for some spectacular species with some amazing people . It will be a full length feature and we are shooting for it to be on one of the fly fishing film tours for 2015.

    Thanks in advance http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/recapture-a-fly-fishing-film
     
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    Great footage and a great idea.

    An unsolicited word of advice though from somebody who used to be in the film and video business:

    Rent, buy, or steal high quality wireless lavalier mics. The biggest thing that separates top notch films from average and mediocre ones is the on location sound - unless you plan on looping the audio in a studio, get some really, really good mics.

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    Thanks for the advice. We actually have some of the best equipment available. We are shooting on red cameras in 4k and black magic cameras in 2.5 k. We have a octocopter as well that has a black magic pocket camera on it . We also have amazing mics to go with everything ... It's def a production ! Help spread the word. Every donation helps!!
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Nice trailer but at about 1:00 shouldn't that read "what he and his father once did"? Sorry, I get a little anal about the proper use of language! ;)
     

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