by Sidney Diongzon Easy overhead camera rig setup to shoot top down flat lay photography and video…Read more "Top Down PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool And no, the drill isn’t quite used for what you think it’s used for… Want to make your smartphone footage more creative than ever? Well you don’t need an expensive camera rig to do it! To get crazy rotating shots, all you need is a drill, a wooden block, some tape […]Read more "Build This DIY Rotating Camera Rig"
January 26, 2015 by V Renee via nofilmschoolhttps://jeffvlog.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.php If you’re going to shoot with a DSLR, you’re going to want to use a stabilizer to get those clean and steady shots. Shoulder rigs are a great option, however they tend to burn quite a big hole in your pocket. But if you want to save […]Read more "Need to Stabilize Your DSLR on the Cheap?"
October 11, 2013 by V Renée, nofilmschool.com There are many options when it comes to stabilizing your camera, but sometimes, even when money’s tight, you don’t want to sacrifice some essential customizations that’ll make your rig truly your rig. About 3 years ago, DSLR Video Shooter’s Caleb Pike shared a video explaining how to build a rig […]Read more "Create an Inexpensive DSLR Shoulder Rig"
January 28, 2013 by juicedlink.com Short on cash? Here’s a boatload of DIY projects, along with their how-to videos to create an array of camera products. Of course, they also sell the parts! SELECTING 5/8 INCH TUBES FOR YOUR DIY PROJECTS Rail systems are constructed from 15mm DIA rails, which are crazy expensive. That’s fine […]Read more "A DIY Cookbook of Products"
June 12, 2012 by Michael Zhang, PetaPixel Jonathan Berqvist needed a shoulder rig for stabilizing his Canon 7D when filming, and his father Erik is quite good with woodworking, so they built a do-it-yourself a wooden shoulder rig using a a single tree branch. What’s awesome about the shoulder rig is that it has follow […]Read more "DIY Week! DIY DSLR Wooden Shoulder Rig"