The Slanted Lens went back to the basics for this informative video, which covers the most common types of clamps found on a set for a studio or location production. A great primer if you’re just starting out and beginning to assist on larger productions and need to know what the differences between all of these clamps are, so you’re not confused when someone asks for something like a “Cardellini” on set.
All You Need to Know About Clamps for Photography and Video Production
Mike Wilkinson is an award-winning multimedia director that operates his video production business Wilkinson Visual out of Lexington, Kentucky. Mike has been working in production for over 10 years as a shooter, editor, and production consultant, from directing documentaries overseas and editing feature length digital films, to shooting live sports and making travel photography. Mike has produced for and had work featured by many national and international media outlets, including Outside Magazine, Rock & Ice, Gizmodo, ESPN, TNT, Michigan Sports Television, The Big Ten Network, Roadrunner Records, and lots of Michigan-based ad agencies.