THREE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR VIDEOS!! – Make Your Videos More Watchable!

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We’ll go over three things that you need to watch out for when you’re filming and editing your fishing videos! Those three things are: Getting good audio, using multiple camera angles, and having the proper amount of Frames Per Second (FPS) to slow down a piece of footage and keep it looking smooth!

Here are a few other videos I have about filming:
Filming With Multiple Cameras:
Power A GoPro all Day:

Some other YouTubers to watch to improve your videos:
Nick Nimmin:
Roberto Blake:
Cathrin Manning:
Brian G Johnson:

Some other YouTubers to watch to improve your videos:
Peter McKinnon:
Potato Jet:

The Rods and Lures We Use:

Shimano Tranx 400HG
Shimano Tranx 500HG

Chest Cam: GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Pole Cams: GoPro Hero 3+ Black (x2)
Gunnel Cams: GoPro Hero 4 Silver (x2)
Slow Motion Cam: GoPro Hero 7 Black
Main Camera: Canon M50
Drone: DJI Phantom 3 Standard

Camera Accessories:
Chest Mount: Velocity Clip
Camera Tripod: 60″ Lightweight Tripod
Main Camera Mic: Rode VideoMicro
GoPro Skeleton Cases:
Poalrized Lenses: B+W Circular Polarizer
Switronix GoPro Power Cables:
Anker USB C Cord:
Anker Portable Charger:
Milwaukee 18V USB:
Milwaukee 12V USB:

Light Umbrella Kit:
Main Camera Light:

Editing Program:
Cyberlink Power Director

Editing Computer:
HP Envy Laptop

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  1. My go pro 8 offers only 1080 or 4K (can’t do 2.7k) when on the looping interval setting and I’m not able to change the other settings like ISO, Mic setting (wind) etc. Have you found a way to get around this?

  2. Brian:

    This is a great video. Solid info.

    As someone who doesn't know much about camera's and photography I found this very helpful. I'm still hoping that someday I can get out and start fishing again and make my own videos. I know more about fishing than video making so this is helpful.

    I do know audio though. I have some background in audio production. I agree with all you said about audio here. However, you missed one important aspect that can ruin a video. That's audio dynamic range or volume. Dynamic range is the difference between the softest sounds and the loudest sounds. Take for example, a video where a guy is speaking, like you are here, the audio is at a set level. Now cut to the next scene which has a Heavy Metal soundtrack added to it and the volume change suddenly blasts the viewer out of their seat.

    The flip side of that is a video with the audio level is set high and then the scene cuts to someone speaking and now you cannot hear the person talking because they didn't change the audio levels in editing.

    I've stopped watching some fishing videos due to this. The audio levels were so bad I couldn't stand to listen to it anymore.

    May I suggest you make more of these, 'how to make videos," vidoes? Things like, camera position in the boat, camera mounts, etc.

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