On-camera Presence. A business owner asks, “Should I front my own videos?” Not only was he new to appearing on video, but he also queried whether his physical appearance would work against him?
With just a few coaching adjustments my client Alice began to see herself in new creative ways. Coupled with visual production techniques and filming best practices.
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.
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.
Anyone can put themselves on Video. But NOT Everyone is W-a-t-c-h-a-b-l-e! Develop your on-camera mindset and be more confident on video. Apply these Pro Tips before your next video shoot to appear more confident, lively, and watchable on Video!
Be Confident, Persuasive and Camera-ready. 9 Golden Rules for Video or TV Interviews (Client Coaching Highlights)
Being in front of the lens can be stressful. Apply these on-camera techniques in your next TV or Video Interview and appear more confident and persuasive. Get yourself primed and camera-ready.
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!
“Just be Yourself” They Say? Wrong! Define Yourself before they Define You. In today’s information-overloaded society people take cognitive shortcuts to make snap decisions about what they see on screen.
Presenting on Video Requires a Modified Approach. You might be great on stage in front of an audience, but being able to speak to a live audience does not necessarily mean you will come across well on video and vice versa. I see it a lot with professional speakers/presenters who want to crossover from stage to screen. Learn more.
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).