Milo Shoot, Natasha Bedingfield, “Angel”
Camera Control Inc recently operated the Milo on Natasha Bendingfield’s “Angel” music video. The Milo motion control rig was used to achieve multiple passes of Natasha in the various sets and in a variety of costumes. Flair motion control software was used to program the panning off speed, then matched to the panning on speed for the beginning of all the new scenes. This panning action, was the key to joining all of the locked off and tracking scenes in the music video together.
Produced by Rockhard Films and Directed by Phil Griffin, the music video starts with flashes of the singer, singing the song in a hallway with black and white graffiti on its wall while approaching a music studio. As Natasha continues singing, she turns and changes her costume from black suit to white casual shirt and this time she performs ‘Angel’ with her band in the studio.