I always wanted to try this. A Go Pro Camera attached to a rifle at a shooting range.
We went to Hot Wells Gun Range in Cypress, Texas ( near Houston).
The first shots were taken on a Go Pro 6 using a “Jaws” flex Clamp.
The rifle’s shooting action moved the camera quite a bit. That footage is within the first minute of this video.
The next set of video shots were taken from a Go Pro 4 using a “bicycle handlebar” clamp. I was much happier with those videography shots.
After approximately sevent minutes, the footage is from a conventional video camera. A handheld Canon G20.
I did a quick simple edit in Adobe Premiere. I hope a fancier edited version is soon to follow.
I am not a fire arms owner. I hardly ever use them. But I was impressed with the Hot Wells Gun School staff. Their place was very clean. Seemed very well organized. All the staff were very friendly
I am a video shooter editor who wants to make a FREE promo video / commercial of a hunting / fishing service.
I want to have some new high def outdoor life footage on my demo reel.
Message me if you are a hunting and fishing guide and/or work for a lodge that would want a FREE video done for them.
Some go pro footage under a fishing dock:
WHY am I doing this?
I used to work on a hunting / fishing TV show but I don’t have any of that footage. And whenever I apply for jobs involving hunting and fishing I don’t have anything to show them.
In this video clip, if you skip ahead to 1.27 you can see some ( very!) old work I did for a fishing show:
These next clips are NOT my my work, but I am thinking your video would look a little like: