Chuck, I have seen quite a number of go pro vids and I have to tell you that is the best one I have seen. Amazing job,....I love the black and white in the beginning. I thought the music was right on. The transitions from one scene to another were great and thought the slow motion was well timed. If this is your first I can not wait to see your tenth. I was holding out on buying the camera but now I will after seeing yours. I may have to ask you for some tips.
Want to hear something funny? You fished with Tyler in the AM and I did in the PM. We had a nice day as well, got a bit windy in the afternoon but Tyler knew where to find fish and we did in a big way. Probably landed ten or so reds and the same in trout. It was a great afternoon. He is a swell fellow and knows his way around ML in a grand way.
Thanks! That means a lot, Redjim. Funny that you were the other half of his double. As far as the go pro video, I normally see people just posting raw footage. Editing it makes it a lot easier to watch I think. I'm still exploring options and effects but if you have questions I'd be happy to pass on any knowledge I have. I used the Hero 2 for these vids. They have some good deals on it now that the 3 is out. Thanks for the kind feedback!