Camera position for picking


Would it be a good idea to also film more from above?
A camera attached to the head of the player maybe?

When we play we all look down on our picking hand, and not so at the position the magnet is filming.
In my opinion you then could better see what the pick grip and arm position is, and what actual the movements are.

We do. All our studio interviews for the last couple years, as well as the original Molly Tuttle and David Grier interviews, and all our Pickslanting Primer stuff for the last two years has an overhead angle.


Thnx, that’s great to hear!

I have watched all the Martin Miller ( one of the very best in my opinion) interviews, but as far as I can remember no overhead was involved.