Well, there are the trivial ways for mounting a microphone when shooting with DSLR (or with any camera actually), some sometimes, the traditional ways are just not compact enough, or versatile enough or quick enough. And this is where this quick video from DSLR Video Shooter comes handy.
Add to this Rode VideoMic Pro or VideoMic GO and you can create some interesting setups that can really up your audio game. At the end this is about how far away you (or your talent) are away from the mic, this video has five quick (and mostly cheap) ways to mount your microphone for either field or studio usage.
Two of my favorite tricks from the movie are converting Pony Clamps (which you’ve seen us do about a Gazzilion times) – guess what? They make great mic mounts too. And the magic arm trick at the end of a boompole (shown above) is really clever if you don’t want to micro manage your talents location.
There are three more tricks, head over to the full video