Tying a fishing knot in one second

A typical still fishing setup for trouts requires tying 3 knots. I dread tying them because it’s tedious and time consuming, especially with thin lines. I did a little research and found that Davy knot is fast and easy, perfect for an impatient person like me. The problem is that most of the videos on Youtube suck in quality, both in video and sound, so I decide to make my own! I really wanted to test the 88Mbit hack in ISO 160 anyway. As expected, the video turned out great and the sound from Rode was boomy and crisp. I enhanced the bass a bit and color graded slightly with Magic Bullet Looks and Colorista.

Fishing with Jonathan, shot with 88Mbit hacked GH2

Shadow Cliffs is a small man-made lake not too far from our house. They stock trout weekly throughout the winter. Planted or not, those buggers are still hard to catch regardless!
Jonathan and I been skunked more than half the times we have been there.
Today, however, was our lucky day. Each trout caught weighed less than a pound, but heck, they taste scrumptious no matter.
I really like my GH2 since it’s so small, especially with a pancake lens. It fits in my coat pocket and I can bring it just about everywhere, enabling to share simple joys of life, in glorious high quality HD video.