5 Things to Keep in Mind Before Filming in the Rain
Natural rain is difficult to catch on camera. Here are some helpful tips on how to capture it without a professional rain rig.
Who wants to look at sunshine all the time? (Okay, maybe some of you are from rainy places and long to be in that Los Angeles sun.) Either way, it’s fun to give your films some variety when it comes to weather, and the easiest way to do that is to go with something ubiquitous and accessible, like rain.
The problem is, unless you have a rain rig that is built to dispense big, fat raindrops, you’re going to need to know a few tricks to capture the real stuff on camera. So, whether you’re filming some stormy scenes for your feature or documenting in a torrential downpour, here are some basic tips on filming in the rain from Shutterstock Tutorials.
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