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    Here's my first attempt at filmmaking. There are a few problems with the video editing that I don't like, and when I tried to correct some of those in a shorter version, I didn't like how it turned out. So I need to go back and work on another short version, but in the meanwhile, here's the extended cut.


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    Beautiful.

    Regards,
    Scott

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    I enjoyed it. Please don't cut the trip with the shovel out! That adds realism to the video! I thought it was well done and enjoyable to watch.
    Warren
    Fly fishing and fly tying are two things that I do, and when I am doing them, they are the only 2 things I think about. They clear my mind.

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    I enjoyed every minute of that video

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    I loved it! Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice! Reminds me of the "Once in a Blue Moon" trailer.

    What camera did you shoot with, and what software did you use for video editing?

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    Really enjoyed the video. Great job and a lot of action, beautiful scenery. Well done. The only upsetting thing is there is a trout in every likely spot in the video. That never happens to me. Ha ha. Thanks for sharing, keep up the great work.

    Beaver

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    Thanks for all the kind words.

    Quote Originally Posted by AllenOK View Post
    Nice! Reminds me of the "Once in a Blue Moon" trailer.

    What camera did you shoot with, and what software did you use for video editing?
    Everything was shot with a Nikon D7000, and edited with Final Cut Pro

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