shot in their offices or a quiet room. So I decided to check out the voice recordings on my phone, and they sounded great. At first I tried the perk on Final Cut where you can take out unneeded noise in the background, but it made them all sound like they were underwater. So even though it is a little extra work having to sync the recording with the video made silent, it is worth the good sound. Another reason that it was helpful is the video on an iPhone is actually not too bad, and when I am in the car I will film the outside for transitions, like the way the sun hits the trees or something. I always have liked those transitions of the clouds moving over many hours in a day but are sped up, this is kind of the same thing but just a lot less battery life and work.
I contacted the vet and he said that the filming would be disruptive to his practice, but I'm not giving up! I'm going to contact another local vet, and the newspaper advisor is going to give me some names of reporters she knows that may allow me to film them. I just have to be persistent in contacting people so I can film the 5th subject soon! The perfect time would be on a day we get off the week before break, because it is right in the middle of the week.