Well that's good to hear. Too many times "your kid's screaming is ruining my video!" Now I try to keep him quiet or move to a different area but he's 3. LoL
hazmatmess wrote:DO NOT yell at kids (unless their life is in danger) to be quiet because you don't want their voices in your video. Deal with it, young children get excited to see trains (especially my son). I try to keep him quiet when someone is filming but he's 3, he gets excited easily.
I'd much rather hear the happy sounds of kids excited to see the choo-choo than hear a bunch of adult railnerds yacking in the background, trying to out-do each other with how much rail knowledge they have.
I'm with you and MEC407. These young children like your and many others can be the next generation of railfans. Even if not,
hearing the excitement of children when they see a train is music to my ears. Maybe it's because I'm a Dad and my own boy enjoys
My thoughts on people shooting video......if they don't want other people's voices in there, then they should shoot somewhere that it
is quiet.....away from train stations and the like.