Life is full of unexpected things. The cameraman featured in the video knows exactly what I am talking about. If you are involved in the television industry, you never know what to expect. You have to report on a hundred different things and not all of them go as you planned. This cameraman finds it out the funny way and you are going to crack up when you see what happened behind the scene on this shooting.
Horses are very fun animals, but they can often make you uncomfortable. And all those fun moments keep happening. The video below shows one of the funniest moments when a horse can’t get a man to do his job properly.
Cameraman Greg Harriott walked into the stable ready to shoot the Zookeeper, and received one big surprise. Whatever filming took place that day at a ranch near Santiago, Chile, Greg Harriot was ready to act.
Greg said he knew he could shoot amongst his horses, but the really shocking thing happened when he did. As a professional cameraman, when the interview was ready, he adjusted himself to stand in the perfect place to provide adequate lighting and everything else.
The main focus was on horse for the show “Born To Explore With Richard Wiese”. Ready to act, Greg turned on the camera, but as soon as he did, there was a slight interruption. Since the interview itself went well, Greg didn’t want to interrupt it, so he did his best to keep the production going.
He thought he had found a better place to shoot the show, but it turned out he was standing right in front of a very playful horse. Well, no matter what, I’m sure he had one of the best working days and he’ll never forget it.
This video is really funny! The horse and human both play their parts well, lol.
During filming I have also come across horses that seemed to have a desire to run the camera…but the one in this video is the clear winner.