How to Self-Tape a Video at Home (Camera Confidence)
Look, feel & sound your best when you press record. Industry tricks that will help you too.
Language : english
Note: 0.0 (New) / 5.0
Preparing for an online job interview?
Creating your own online course?
Wanting to be more engaging on zoom calls?
Looking to press publish on social media (Tiktok, Instagram, Youtube…)
Then this course is for you.
My name is Jason and I am an international model and actor.
While I thoroughly enjoy being in front of the camera now, it wasn’t always the case.
My first casting I had an anxiety attack (& it wasn’t the last).
But just because the camera is a relatively new invention to human history, doesn’t mean performing under situations of stress is.
Over time I was able to listen to industry mentors & also replicate strategies from other peak performers that hacks into our behavioural biases and allows us to be who we can be, even if the red light is on.
In this course I show you how to firstly look your best on camera with a step by step home studio set-up:
Working with natural light
Setting up your background
Some tricks if you don’t have a tripod
Best practices for using a ring light
Options if you have a couple of lights at home (e.g. a lamp)
A 3 point + light set up if you are interesting in extra equipment
Entry-level camera example
Pre-performance quality control suggestions
In section 2, we then take a deep dive into strategies to build up your confidence especially in a world where we are acting often under the eyes of other people (e.g. on social media):
Getting comfortable with the camera
Staged progression into public opinion
Forgetting who you were, to become who you can be
Building an emotional connection with your message and the audience
Tricks to remove fillers (ums, ahs, likes)
Eye contact behaviour
Industry tricks on building spontaneity
& much more
This is what turned my life experience around, I am sure it will help you too.