Learn How to Film Your Own Outdoor Adventure at Montana Wild
By angelamontana

Posted: July 20, 2013

Jetstream_gloveMontana WILD will host a free program on how to film your own outdoor adventure, Thursday, July 25 at 6:30 pm at the Montana Wild Education Center, 2668 Broadwater Ave., next to Spring Meadow Lake State Park off Highway 12 West <in Helena>.

Longtime hunting TV producer Conrad Evarts, and acclaimed photographer Kenton Rowe, will show how to document outdoor adventures using a variety of video equipment. Some of the topics they’ll cover include:

  • Shooting tape for successful editing.
  • The keys to taping a good sequence.
  • What to look for in “b-roll” and how to manage audio.
  • The technical aspects of shooting video with a DSLR and GoPro.
  • The how and what of the latest in GoPro technology.
  • How to get the most out of your GoPro both creatively and technically.
  • “Runnin’ and gunnin’…The Secrets of a One Man Band”.

Evarts and Rowe encourage you to bring your own equipment to help cater the one-hour program to the participants. For more information and to register call 406-444-9944.

(Report by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks; Photos courtesy of montana-wild.com)

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