Hunt hard and often. We have been filming our hunts for 2 yrs now. It sounds like you and I are in the same boat in that we hunt when we can (after work and weekends I'm guessing) and in areas that may not be known for monster bucks. It will be hard to get interesting footage that will be attractive to investors and the larger audiences with limited hunting time or access. Always take your camera and be dedicated. It can get frustrating hauling that camera around and the equipment that goes with it (camera arm, tripod, etc.) but believe me, the one time you leave it in the truck is a garunteed way to kill a big deer. Then you are left with one less tag and still no video. Also, film everything. Remember its not just about the kill. You want to tell a story and give your viewers an idea of the setting, conditions, and the experience of the hunt.
To help be successful, I get in the stand earlier to allow extra setup time. be familiar with your equipment so your not fumbling around in the dark. If you are solo caming it, when the shot is about to present itself, move the camera into position and allow the deer to walk into frame.
Buy a decent media editing software. I use Pinnacle Studio and it has many effects that can help you put a quality product together.
I hope this helps. You can check out some of our videos at www.deer30outdoors.com
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