How To Be Comfortable In Front Of A Video Camera

As a video producer, it’s important that you as the subject/talent in front of the camera feel comfortable, natural and confident before we “roll”. For some people, it’s a fear that ranks up there with public speaking. I can give some encouraging words, but ultimately it is up to you.
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Independent Book Publishers Association @ 2015 Book Expo America

I had the opportunity to work with IBPA and film interviews with award-winning authors at the 2015 BookExpo. IBPA’s mission is to lead and serve the independent publishing community through advocacy, education, and tools for success. The 2015 Book Expo was held at the Jacob Javits Cen
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Jazz vocalist, Dori Levine, creates a Youtube channel

I had the opportunity to work with Dori Levine, a Jazz vocalist & Voice Coach. We filmed a series of videos for her Youtube channel dedicated to vocal tips. The production took place at her studio in Tribeca. Dori Levine’s Vocal Tips- Scat Singing Dori Levine’s Vocal T
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4 Applications for Animated GIFs

Internet memes and banner ads dominate the world of animated GIFs. Let’s face it most of us think of them as noise, only to be tuned out and ignored while looking for the content we want. Don’t let that discourage you from attempting to use them for commercial and professional use. Be
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How to Download Video files from Dropbox & Google Drive

I often share files with my clients with Dropbox and Google Drive. It’s fast, easy, and private. A basic Dropbox account offers 2GB of free space with the ability to earn up to 16GB (18GB total) with their referral program. Google offers 15GB of free space across Google Drive, G
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