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EP 164: Filming Your Hunts with Luke Dusenbury & Brady Harang

EP 164: Filming Your Hunts with Luke Dusenbury & Brady Harang

August 2022

Jerrod sits down with two amazing outdoor videographers, Huntin' Fool's own Brady Harang and freelancer Luke Dusenbury. Collectively, these two cameramen spend 200 days in the field each year filming hunts for themselves and others. Learn how to work well with a cameraman in camp, how to communicate well, and how to produce the right storyline in your own hunt films.


iPhone filming app: Filmic Pro



Canon Vixia HF G50 UHD 4K Camcorder

Sony FDR-AX53 4K Ultra HD Camcorder

Canon Vixia HF G60 UHD 4K Camcorder

Sony FDR-AX700 4K Camcorder



Rode VideoMic Pro+ (Make sure to get the + model!)

Sony ECM-GZ1M Zoom Microphone for Cameras with Multi-Interface Shoe

Sony ECM-CG60 Shotgun Microphone

Sony XLR-K3M Dual-Channel Digital XLR

Rode Video Mic NTG


Brady’s Current Camera Equipment:

Sony a7iv 

Sony 16-35mm f2.8

Sony 35mm f1.8

Sony 24-105mm f4

Tamron 35-150 f2-2.8


Sony a7iii

Sony 200-600


Sirui ST-124 Tripod

Manfrotto MHX-Pro Fluid Head


Sony XLR-K3M Mic


Luke’s Current Camera Equipment:

Canon R5 & Canon EOS R

RF 24-105mm f4

RF 15-35mm f2.8 IS

EF Tamron 35mm 1.4

2 Canon EF to RF lens adapters

EF Canon 135mm f2

EF Canon 70-200 2.8 IS ii

RF Canon 100-500mm f4.5-7.1 IS w/ 2x teleconverter

Rode Video Mic NTG
Rode Wireless Go II Lav Mics
Sirui ST-125 VA-5 CF Tripod w/ VA-5 head



Aperture - Aperture refers to the opening of a lens's diaphragm through which light passes. It is calibrated in f/stops and is generally written as numbers such as 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, and 16. A smaller aperture value will also blur your background because it is shortening the distance that can be in focus.

ISO - ISO is your camera's sensitivity to light as it pertains to either film or a digital sensor. A lower ISO value means less sensitivity to light, while a higher ISO means more sensitivity.

Shutter Speed - Shutter speed is the speed at which the shutter of the camera closes. A fast shutter speed creates a shorter exposure — the amount of light the camera takes in — and a slow shutter speed gives the photographer a longer exposure. A slower shutter speed will also make a moving object appear blurry.

Prime - A lens that has no zoom range. They are often sharper, lower aperture (more light, smooth blurry background), are cheaper, and lighter. 


Follow Brady Here:

Huntin Fool's YouTube Channel

Instagram: @highmark_pictures


Follow Luke Here:

Luke Dusenberry's Website

Instagram: @luke.dusenbury