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Video-Shooting the 1860 Army by Pietta

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by brushhippie, Jan 26, 2013.

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  1. brushhippie

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    You are having 'way too much fun!

    Loved the jug.
     
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    nice video
     
  4. brushhippie

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    Thanks guys! I was a little disappointed with the jug, it was frozen and a bit less reactive but still fun!
     
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    Brushhippie, not too shabby, I usually shoot my 1 gallon milk jugs with a mix of red or blue food coloring in to get the real effect.:D
     
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    Thanks! I was a bit disappointed , the jug was frozen! You cant unvideo! This is my first with new cam and editing program so still learning!
     
  7. loose noose

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    Looks like ya got yourself a pretty decent video camera there, after reviewing your video I see where that first one looked like you shot an orange juice container, pretty neat.:cool:
     
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