I’m excited to announce that I’ll be heading out to Mt Pleasant, Iowa on May 22 to join the White Knuckle Productions team for their video school this year! I’m super pumped, as it’s going to be a great opportunity to learn from one of the best outdoor video crews in the business. For those of you not familiar with White Knuckle Productions, you can check out my interview with the WKP founder Todd Pringnitz and my review of their latest DVD, Ground Zero.

My goal for attending the school is to learn the art of using film to bring a year of deer hunting to life. I’m going to be incorporating a lot more video into Wired To Hunt this year and I want to do it in a really great way. In my opinion White Knuckle Productions has been one of the very best hunting video productions to do this, so who better to learn from. In addition to the film school, the day will end with a Rinehart 3D target shoot! So I’ll be participating in that as well! It ought to be a really fun and educational day and I can’t wait.

According to Todd, ” The purpose of the video school is to teach our existing team members and attendee’s how to film your entire season.  While we will address specific camera settings and operation, the real purpose of the video school is to teach the filming techniques we use to tell the best possible story.  We will cover a lot of the “artistic” and visual aspects of video work.  We will cover all the aspects of filming our season in great detail for the best possible storyline creation!”

The last I heard, there are still openings for the WKP Video school and the 3D shoot. So if you’re interested in joining us in Iowa, send Todd an email at todd@whiteknuckleproductions.com and let him know that you heard about it here at Wired To Hunt!