January 14, 2018
Overhead rigs can be kind of complicated to set up, but this one only requires a couple of things you probably have in your studio.
One of my favorite shots is the overhead. It’s stylish and fun and offers a unique point of view if you want to add a little flair to your cinematography. However, putting together a rig that lets you get these types of shots can be a bit of a pain, especially since most of the time you’re trying to find tools around your house or studio that can somehow fit together to accommodate your camera. But if you’ve got a C-stand, a spigot, and a tripod head lying around you can very quickly put one of these rigs together, and filmmaker Peter McKinnon shows you how to do it in the tutorial below.