"always ready to go" is the key. I have missed, driven past, so many opportunities. But you cant always have one eye on the road and one eye(and hand) on a camera. Maybe i need more practice with that skill;-) Bad thing.... here in Vancouver that will get you a nice prize from the boys in blue :-( onward with catching footage when able. Stay tuned .Thanks Mario. That's very helpful and much appreciated.
The truth is that I actually do ask occasionally why a video made "too much" money. An example for me is a drone view of a small skirmish between two horses. The earnings were higher than the views would normally have produced. If I could figure out why, I'd do it a few more times, lol.
I realize that it's random though and trying to duplicate success is a very difficult process that relies on too many factors to get it right.
I've seen you guys working hard down there and that is also appreciated!
And one other thing I've learned is to always keep the camera ready to go.