This blog category includes examples and demonstrations of some of our most popular (and sometimes difficult) shots. Some posts will explain some of the techniques we use when running camera or jib. We’d love to hear what you think.

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Human Jib

A “Human Jib” is a type of handheld shot that remains smooth and steady as the camera “booms” around an object. In some scenarios where a jib cannot be used, we can create handheld shots that appear to be from a jib or steadicam. Here are a few examples: