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post #31 of 51 Old 07-24-2012, 11:06 PM
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LOL, you're hilarious.

And.......I'm starting to get the idea that Ford is the general consensus. Any other opinions out there, before I make my next move?

Nolan,

That actually is an idea with merit. The video you posted didn't show clearly enought the actual leap into the pickup bed. If you do decide to shoot them a promo video, redo it, shoot it in super slomo and from several angles with some edititing to really get the amazing part of the horse leaping into the pickup.
Ok, here' an idea. Say the you and horse are gallloping road side, (camera in car following so parallel to you. Camera falls back a bit to show that there is a truck going along the road, so you are "chasing" or "racing" this truck. Build drama with close up shots of Bravo's face with mane flying , ears pinned and nostrils flaired in determination. Then, some how, you are gaining on the truck, you are very close to it and it looks like, . . NO. . . I can't beleive it! he's going to jump into the bed of this speeding truck.

CUT!

now you use editting to cut in the special scenes , in slowmo and from both side shots and front shots, (shot with a stationary pickup) and it LOOKS LIKE you are jumping into a moving truck.

Then, CUT! Bravo is sitting in the back of the truck and you are looking forward , wind in your hair, blows your hat right off your head as the FORD goes forward. (ACtually, car is moving pretty slowly but you can either speed up video or used wind machine to simulate greater speed.

Camera pans out. "Ford. Horse power to carry you anywhere."

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post #32 of 51 Old 07-25-2012, 02:11 AM Thread Starter
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Still haven't made a final decision, but I really like a lot about a Dodge. And, after all, the companies have the final say. But PRCA is usually primarily a Dodge function......just sayin
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Well, I don't have a truck, and I drive a Subaru, so I wouldn't know which is best, but what did you think of my screenplay for a commercial?
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I love the commercial idea tiny!!
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post #35 of 51 Old 07-25-2012, 02:58 AM
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Ladies...you're making the poor guy blush with all these proposals of marriage! In saying that, if I were single...hmmm...
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post #36 of 51 Old 07-25-2012, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
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Nolan,

That actually is an idea with merit. The video you posted didn't show clearly enought the actual leap into the pickup bed. If you do decide to shoot them a promo video, redo it, shoot it in super slomo and from several angles with some edititing to really get the amazing part of the horse leaping into the pickup.
Ok, here' an idea. Say the you and horse are gallloping road side, (camera in car following so parallel to you. Camera falls back a bit to show that there is a truck going along the road, so you are "chasing" or "racing" this truck. Build drama with close up shots of Bravo's face with mane flying , ears pinned and nostrils flaired in determination. Then, some how, you are gaining on the truck, you are very close to it and it looks like, . . NO. . . I can't beleive it! he's going to jump into the bed of this speeding truck.

CUT!

now you use editting to cut in the special scenes , in slowmo and from both side shots and front shots, (shot with a stationary pickup) and it LOOKS LIKE you are jumping into a moving truck.

Then, CUT! Bravo is sitting in the back of the truck and you are looking forward , wind in your hair, blows your hat right off your head as the FORD goes forward. (ACtually, car is moving pretty slowly but you can either speed up video or used wind machine to simulate greater speed.

Camera pans out. "Ford. Horse power to carry you anywhere."

Like it?

Somehow I missed this. I think it's great!! Really cool. Even the slogan at the end. I just might have to reshoot it sometime.
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post #37 of 51 Old 07-25-2012, 12:03 PM
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Welcome to the forum-Love your videos & that you are going to be touring next year. More people need to see what can be done w/horses-especially when paired w/patience. Wishing you lots of luck w/the future.
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Welcome to the forum-Love your videos & that you are going to be touring next year. More people need to see what can be done w/horses-especially when paired w/patience. Wishing you lots of luck w/the future.
Thank you so much. On another note, I have had a lot of people ask me about training.....how to teach this, or how to fix that...etc...
As soon as I get a new camera, and figure out how to work it, I'm going to share some educational videos on here. I'm, unfortunately, not very up to date with techie stuff, so it might take a little while, but I'll get it done eventually :)
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I've gotta say Dodge :) My husband will only ever buy Dodge, and in my opinion they are MUCH nicer than Fords. We'd never buy a ford if we can help it.

And awesome show! If only you'd come to Kentucky to the horse park or something!
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post #40 of 51 Old 07-25-2012, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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I've gotta say Dodge :) My husband will only ever buy Dodge, and in my opinion they are MUCH nicer than Fords. We'd never buy a ford if we can help it.

And awesome show! If only you'd come to Kentucky to the horse park or something!
Funny you should mention Kentucky. That's where I went to horse shoeing school.
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