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The split cameras help see it both ways and really adds to the learning process. The audio lets you hear just how crazy it gets when it goes loud. So easy for the crazy to appear. That’s why you train to train the crazy away. Good one!!
Looks like the tripod took one in the leg!
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Not the other Aaron's in this industry!
I’m not sure he’s going to let me do this again. But I maintain that camera was looking at me funny!!!!
Seriously there were way too many close calls to the camera. Sorry about that.
There never seems to be enough time to do it right, but there is always enough time to do it twice.
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One day soon, that camera will take a dirt nap. I think it was $200 approx. Not gonna sweat it.
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