This week's video comes from the guys at Xtreme Pursuits Outdoors, whom we showcased before with their bow tuning/setup videos they so graciously allowed me to post. Today I wanted to showcase one of their turkey hunting videos they put together from footage this season, so without further ado, here it is.
I fell asleep last night after returning home from going out with friends so I never was able to get the Photo of the Week up yesterday. Instead you'll get a combo special with that and the Video of the Week. I'll also leave you in suspense a little as to what each one is, with credit being given to the creative geniuses behind each at the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
I meant to get up the Photo of the Week yesterday but I was busy seeding a portion of the backyard in the morning and then attending a birthday party for my buddy's little girl. Add in a late dinner with the wife and I really never got around to making a post yesterday, but here I am tonight doing so and with the turkey opener for NC coming up next Saturday I wanted to share a picture of a strutting tom. I had lots to choose from but the one below, taken in Tennessee by Bowland Photography and shared on their photography blog, was the one that won the honor of getting shared with the readership of Inside Out (hopefully that number is not in the single digits!).
Now it is Video of the Week time. With part two of my outdoors filming blog series coming up this week, I thought it would be pertinent for this week's video to be one that I found on the Campbell Cameras Pro Staff blog. It showcases b-roll footage and was filmed and edited by pro staff member Trent Busenbark and is entitled 2012 Nonsense. Enjoy!
That's right, you did not read the above title wrong, this week I have TWO videos to share with you. I ran across them via blind luck when I clicked on a link found in the signature of forum member flinginairos on Archerytalk. Doing so led me to said member's website and blog that he and his friends operate; they are Xtreme Pursuit Outdoors. A quick email asking for permission to post was answered with a enthusiastic "We would love for you to share it!" and here we are. Hope you guys enjoy these two videos on bow tuning and if the guys post anymore up you can be sure that we will post them up for you to see. Thanks to L.G., Jared, A.J. and Larry for letting me share these on this blog post and please go visit their site as it is extremely well-laid out and full of good information, writing and videos that really show the passion for the outdoors and all that comes with it that we enjoy so much.
I've got a pair of Cooper's Hawks nesting behind my house so today I wanted to find and share a photo of these beautiful birds of prey in action, which you can see below thanks to the photograph (#3 of 49) by Rob Palmer that I found on FalconPhotos.com.
The video for this week is from Go Pro and is their video showcasing the capabilities of the Hero3 Black Edition, mixing in clips of the amazing footage it is able to capture in such a small package as well as the pictures it produces and that you can turn into time-lapses. Enjoy!
As I mentioned in my "what's on the horizon" blog update last week, I'm working on a series for those interested in entering the foray known as outdoor video. To kick things off, I've post a video below (excuse the lovely hotel room setting, glare on my glasses and my frazzled look, it was a long day!) basically of me going over the things I want to cover in this series and basically what to expect. Hopefully you'll be looking forward to each part of the series I post up and the information will be useful. You'll also find below the video a set of links to websites I visit daily for information not just concerning outdoor video, but also just videography and photography in general.
Saw this on Campbell Camera's Prostaff blog and had to share as the video of the week. It is a good job synching the music to the video clips and a well put together trailer by the guys at Game Time Outdoors, enjoy!
I'm a little late getting these out to your guys this week, but better late than never I always say, whether its fishing, hunting or hitting the slopes in search of powder to ski in. First up is a little taste of kayaking with a pretty cool video I found on Go Pro's site. I love these little cameras if it's not obvious as I keep posting video's made using them, but what you can do with them is nothing short of amazing considering how small they are. After that I'm setting the stage to get that hunting fire stoked in you, starting with the season 2 trailer for Hallowed Ground Outdoors and last but not least a video showcasing what the website GetOuttaBounds is all about (I will definitely be bookmarking it and going there every time I hop on the internet, I suggest you do the same!). Enjoy all three of them after the break!
Go Pro. Hero HD 2. Stunning footage, great cinematography and an all-around awesome video. Enjoy!
Wednesday means it's Video of the Week time and for this week we turn to the boys over at Montana Wild. They put together a (long) short about fly fishing in the crystal clear trout waters of their beautiful state, so without further ado here ya go!
Sometimes the great ideas that we have just need something to bring them to the forefront. The Inside Out team will be putting our talents to work and sharing our knowledge and love of the outdoors with anyone who wants to listen.
Curran's Outdoor Adventures
GoBlog (Get Outdoors)
Grants Blog (Growing Deer TV)
Hunt Like Your Hungry
inFOCUS (Campbell Cameras)
inMotion (Heartland Bowhunter)
Make It Happen Outdoors
Taking a Walk on the Wild Side
The Rivah Blog
The Will to Hunt
Wired to Hunt