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? In my work with clients, I see many people who are put in front of the video camera for the first time exhibit some or all of the above responses, and they occur at a subconscious level without them even realizing it.
On Camera Skills Series: You have probably heard of the term “Fight or flight” as being the human body’s natural stress response to a life or death situation. However it is not entirely accurate. Plus, what does this have to do with appearing on video?
I share with you some of my “director” recommendations to get you on the right track when it comes to creating your own video presentations.
In this Take Two Video Presentation Coaching episode, the team demonstrates “on-camera” skills that you can easily apply when it comes to addressing or speaking to the video camera. These tips are simple, but when applied are highly effective!
In this article you will learn how to easily apply the “Rule of Thirds” and the powerful eye-tracking “F” to your video presentations.
Did you know you can Emotionally Influence Your Audience, control the mood, and direct the attention of your viewers with this simple technique.
Learn about color and their symbolic meanings. Why? Advertisers and film directors use a number of skillful production techniques that work at a subconscious level to influence their audiences. Choosing the right colors will help you to create the emotional response you are looking for with your audience.
In today’s “Take Two” Video Presentation Coaching episode, I discuss how stage presenting techniques may not translate well on video; especially when it comes to voice projection, body movement, facial expressions and intimate distance.
Learn about gender influencing film production techniques used by Advertisers and film directors that appeal to male and female viewing audiences. These techniques are used subtly, and they work at a subconscious level.
Demonstrating simple but effective techniques that you can easily apply to help you appear more confident, lively and watchable on Video!