**Video Clip** - Tongariro weekend.

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**Video Clip** - Tongariro weekend.

Post by flyfish » Mon Aug 11, 2014 4:51 pm

Fun weekend, bloody COLD with snow and temps well into the negatives, could not even prise the car doors open on Saturday morning. Fishing I found was really tough mid-upper reaches - much more fish caught lower down, but I refuse to stand in a queue! Got some lovely Jacks - really flushed with red.

Interestingly the numbers of fish don't seem to have filtered through to the mid reaches after several days, I still personally think the main runs have yet to start? The DIY polarizer worked great, just need to understand which angle to put it at yet - most evident looking of the cliff above the Duchess Pool at 2:19, without, you could see zilch.

Andrew

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Post by Whio » Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:49 pm

Nice work Andrew. Always enjoy your camera work.
Can't wait for my next trip up there.


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Post by flyfish » Mon Aug 11, 2014 10:21 pm

Cheers mate, plenty of your name sake whistling away up there, wonder if there is any link that you always seem to catch fish where Blue Duck's congregate?!



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Post by SteveO » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:07 am

Well Andrew you might be right about the link to the Whio and fish. :o They eat the same food.



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Post by Salmo Brown Trout » Wed Aug 13, 2014 6:54 am

Great video Andrew.
What program do you use for your editing?


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Post by J D » Wed Aug 13, 2014 8:57 am

Another great video Andrew!
Thanks for the PM response....changing the settings did the trick. I was digging around my computer and discovered it already has Power Director 10 loaded as well as Movie Maker. Now I just need to learn the programs.
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Post by flyfish » Wed Aug 13, 2014 12:28 pm

Cheers, good to hear JD. For editing I use iMovie, it's free and comes with every Mac you buy... well not essentially free as the Macbook Pro I use did cost nearly $3k! But any secondhand Mac should have it basically. Even the entry level Macbook Air's are quite capable video editing machines for around $1500.

If using windows you can use Windows Movie Maker which again is a free program, but I find iMovie excellent for amateurs like me, SUPER easy to use, but very powerful at the same time. The key is to use a decent machine with at least 8gbs of ram, a decent video card and at least an i5 processor.

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Re: **Video Clip** - Tongariro weekend.

Post by fowang » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:47 pm

Quality video there!!

Some great sport for me to look forward to ;)

I have also subscribed as I've seen your videos before I joined this forum.



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