posted on Sep, 9 2014 @ 12:46 PM
a reply to: MrNeo
Bowhunter myself, I've taken to making my own camouflage.
I realized that the incredibly realistic prints sold at the outfitters' are actually too detailed to use. With a standard camera, it is easy to spot
them at a distance, because they just look black against a setting in the woods.
I base my style off of the one most people call "sticks and limbs", but I put in less detail. Again, it is too dark in the distance.
Deer eyes, like human eyes, detect motion; so if the prey sees you move you're done anyhow.
edit on 9-9-2014 by tovenar because: (no reason given)