Sunday, January 21, 2018

Being On Camera: 4 Items You’ll Want On Hand

Being on camera was the topic of a series of videos I shot and shared with you in earlier posts, starting with why you you need to get on camera. In those videos I not only explained the value of being on camera in a promotional video, I also showed you how to get more comfortable doing so.

Besides practicing, using b-roll, and shooting lots of videos, in this final video of that series, I tell you the 4 items I also make sure I have available when I, or my client or talent, get in front of the camera.

You’ll see:

  • How you can get prepared for being on camera and speaking confidently, especially if you aren’t using a teleprompter;
  • What you can do to avoid dry mouth;
  • What product you’ll want to carry with you, man or woman, that will make you look better on camera.

If you want to review all of the videos in my being on camera series, sign up as a subscriber in the box below and I’ll notify you when I put the entire course together. I’m offering it to you as a thank you for reading and following us.


Also, I would love your comments on any ideas you use when shooting people – or yourself – to get great results. And if there are any other areas along these lined that you’d like me to cover, please suggest those as well.


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