Proximity to the antenna and power output need to be given some thought. You don’t want to cook your grey matter!!
That aside I have sometimes just picked up the tripod and antenna and plonked it back on the ground pointing towards my new direction.
Camera tripods and heads can get very expensive very fast. Light weight can equate to carbon fiber which is pricey but some heads are of a ball construction allowing rotation up, down and around. The upside to this is you potentially can transition from horizontal (ssb) to vertical (FM) polarization easily.
Tim Nair (K7MAS??) has an ingenerous system to mount his 2m Yagi atop a hiking pole and as it’s all quite compact and close to the ground easy to rotate hand.
Hope this helps!!