Tiger Woods and the Importance of Camera Angles

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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Brent January 3, 2014

Waist high or chest high? The previous diagram and video said chest high. That’s what I’ve been doing for the last year or more.

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Michael January 5, 2014

Thanks Wayne, this the perfect experiment to show the effect of camera position.

Your preference for the camera in line with the hands is close to the centre of the full swing arc for the horizontal position. To centre on the swing arc in the vertical plane the camera would need to be about hand high. I think it also makes a difference how far the camera is from the player and the focal length of the lens. I think it’s easier to line up behind the hands and square to the hitting direction with the camera further away.

We need a universal standard for camera setup – maybe the PGA can set a rule?

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Brent January 13, 2014

Alright thanks for the clarification, Wayne.

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