Taking you “behind the scenes”. On-camera prep tips for your next video shoot. Plus, common mistakes that can be a challenge to fix in the edit.
You’d be surprised at how many people fumble or simply forget how to use their hands once the camera is trained on them. Watch this quick “behind the scenes” video and apply this subtle technique in your own business videos. Plus discover what to do with your hands and eliminate the awkwardness.
Get my pro-tips on how to effectively and professionally read your material and reduce psychological barriers with your audience. Plus learn how to look and sound natural as you read on-camera.
Learn how to get your hair camera ready for your video shoots. Discover why adding more volume to your hair is important for on-camera work. Plus bonus tips for thinning hair and what to avoid doing on-screen. Also applicable to my male readers.
Using “green screen” can open up a world of fun and creative possibilities. Learn important principles and best practices to help you make the best creative choice for your videos as well as what to avoid doing in your video presentations.
Jedi mindset tricks to help you Master your on-camera fears. Learn how you can stop zeroing in on your flaws and discover how you can be masterful, compelling and commanding in your videos.
Like a Shark – Video Footage Must Move or it Dies. Your viewers will struggle to pay attention if they are forced to look at the same scene for too long. At the most basic level, editing can mean chopping out all the boring bits. Learn to identify these by knowing when to cut and avoid amateur edits.
On-Camera Skills Series: 6 tips you need to know plus key things you must capture in your script before filming your video presentation.
Do you use any of these freeze, flight, fight, or pacifying behaviors on video? What about your feet – are they honest? Discover how these can impact your on-camera presence and power onscreen.
On-Camera Skills Series: A desire to protect ourselves, often triggers the freeze-fight-or-flight threat response. This ancient survival mechanism becomes amplified onscreen. It can impact your energy levels, screen presence, confidence, and ability to be persuasive on-camera.
I share with you some of my “on-camera talent direction” tips to get you on the right track. Discover which authority killers can undermine the look, feel, and professional visual tone of your business or brand videos.
The Rule of Thirds teaches us how to create pleasing and interesting compositions within the camera frame. Get great visuals in your video presentations. Learn how to easily apply the “Rule of Thirds” and the powerful eye-tracking “F” in your videos.
Did you know you can emotionally influence your audience, control the mood, and direct the attention of your viewers on-screen? Find out how.
Science has proven that your viewers can definitely tell when you are tired, and they will rate you as being less attractive on-screen.
Make every glance and gesture connect with your viewer. Learn how to effectively use your hands and your physicality on video. Plus avoid common visual irritations that can either upstage your message or reduce your authority, credibility, and on-camera presence.
Manage your first impressions on video. “Within a few seconds, people have judged your social and economic level, your level of education, and even your level of success.
If you’re not feeling it – your audience won’t be feeling it or you either. Why faking it till you make it is a BIG mistake for authentic on-camera communication. Learn what to do and what to avoid on-screen.
Careful make-up application is critical. We provide you with a step by step make-up application process, along with expert tips and techniques to get you camera ready for your business videos.
No one has a perfectly symmetrical face. But, we all have a “best side”. Read more to discover yours!
Studies find that a real, authentic smile is considered more trustworthy and positive compared to those who showed a fake smile.
Presenting to the camera is more like having your viewer in your personal space, standing 4 feet away from you – it’s here that your screen presence and everything that you bring to the frame can be readily scrutinized by the lens (your viewer).
If you are self-producing your videos, a key aim is to create a positive viewing experience for your viewers and to keep them engaged with you and your messages. Discover how you can reduce anything that could create an audio or visual barrier (consciously or subconsciously) between you and your audience.
Use the best camera framing to have a powerful subconscious impact on your audience. Learn the basics on how to frame yourself well in your business video presentations.