Today's Internet age has fundamentally changed the world of photography and videography, making it both more simple and complex at the same time. On the one hand, websites such as YouTube and Facebook can host your material, making it easy to upload photos and videos and share them instantly with millions of people. This simplicity, however, comes at a cost.
A few directors of rock documentaries - an emerging genre that covers the music world - offer us some insight into how they were able to get their dream off the ground and into production using alternative financing and non-traditional means.
No matter what kind of camera you're using: a studio camera, a handheld, a DSLR or a pocket video camera, they all need a solid, steady mount to make your video pleasing to watch and looking more professional.