I was bored so I wrote a TV advert

ext – field in the heat of the day – noon

Training camp, men and women dressed in camo with faces painted, laying in the dirt staring through spotting scopes down range. Man in charge pacing by the side of them, dressed in typical Sargent gear. Down range, a few animals are grazing.

first shot: going down the line of Soldier’s laying on the ground, without showing their equipment.

Each soldier concentrating on the task at hand.

Second shot: the Sargent pacing by the side of the line of soldiers, shot over the shoulder of the end soldier, looking down range, while blocking the equipment from view.

third shot: focusing in on the Sargent’s face

SARGENT:

Ready, Aim, Fire!

(sound of gun shots ring out)

Fourth shot: a Soldier’s face, laying on the ground in the heat of the day.

Their face is concentrated and beads of sweat are dripping down, they are focusing their spotting scopes down range.

Sargent

Ready, Aim Fire!

(sound of gun shots ring out)

FIFTH shot: shot of down range

A deer looks up while grazing, realising there is no threat, continues to graze.

SARGENT

Ready, Aim, Fire!

(the sound of gun shots rings out)

Sixth shot: following the line of Soldier’s laying on the ground again.

Seventh shot: focusing in on one of the soldiers, they are preparing their camera for the next shot.

The soldier is tweaking the focus, taking a breath and steadying themselves to take another photo.

eighth shot: the camera pans out to reveal that all the soldiers have cameras rather than guns

SARGENT:

Ready, Aim, Fire!

(The sound of camera shutters ring out)

NINTH Shot: As the camera shutters rings out across the field the scene goes blurry and the words “shoot all animals” appears on the scene with a picture of a camera and sounds of camera shutters firing.

tenth shot: the scene goes to black with the logo of charity and information to end.

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