Published Mar 22. 2010 - 10 years ago
Updated or edited May 23. 2010

The Troutmen visit the Patuxent River in Maryland (Final Cut)

Here is the Final Cut with some adjustments and proper ending. This is the second episode in the Troutmen series that we are working hard to create. This is a magnificent piece of film I am in love with its movement. The soundtrack works perfectly with each moment and I love the final 2 minutes of quiet sounds on the river. This short movie captures so well the spirit of trout fishing, my new love of film, and nature's beauty. I shoot primarily with a Kodak ZI8 and secondary with a Flip Ultra HD. They both have been modified to allow adaptive lenses and that is the fish eye and wide angle look you are seeing in the film. I also used a lot of interesting video coloration effects which I think turned out beautifully. I look forward to shooting more episodes of The Troutmen series it is my only time that I can really devote myself to fully shooting, since I am a little more limited on time when I shoot The Construction Diaries. I also want to thank my two main stars of the film, Charles Scilipote and Steve Cleveland. Both of these guys are top notch anglers which form the backbone to The Troutmen Series. I really hope you all enjoy.

Adam Mizrahi

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