Using A Macro Lens to Film A Product Video

How do you film an epic promo video with fake smoke and colored gels? Use a 100mm Macro lens and Rhino Slider EVO.

We wanted to create a different type of video showing ROV, so we grabbed a few items and made a makeshift studio on our office dining table. Sometimes you don’t need the most expensive lights or equipment to do a professional looking job. A couple months back, we purchased the Canon 100mm f2.8 macro lens. It’s not a lens we use often, but when we do, the shots are amazing. In this video, we show you what gear to use, how to setup, and how to film a cinematic promo video.

Shop the gear we used in this video:

  • Canon 100mm Macro Lens
  • Rhino Slider EVO
  • Sony a7sii
  • Yongnuo RGB light wand
  • Atmosphere Aerosol

For more information, see https://rhinocameragear.com/

 

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