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Video tips to help you be better prepared to be on camera in any situation. You understand how to be more visible in photos, where to put the camera for the most flattering and interesting image, and what to ask for when you're on set.
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If you haven't been on set before, don't be afraid to speak up and express your opinion, just know who you should be talking to. If you're the one on-camera, that person is probably the director, if not, then it may be a producer or assistant director, depending on the size of the crew. Everyone is viewing the shot with different priorities and your opinion counts!
Camera Position: Lens Height - How To Look Good on Video Calls for Zoom FaceTime Skype #1 Tip
In certain circumstances, a low camera angle makes sense, but in general, it's most flattering to keep the lens above your nose, at eye level. No one wants to look up your nose! This is my #1 tip for looking your best in video.