Being recorded on a camera may feel intimidating especially when combined with the pressures of that good first impression. Someones first video is typically the most difficult one. The backdrop, lights, and camera type are all important as well as your performance. Hair, clothes, and personal details, such as accessories can be important. Drink water or tea before recording. Lowering your tone of voice creates authority in a video. Have natural hand movements and expressions. Feeling comfortable on camera by focusing on your looks is another way to build confidence on camera.
- Include the weight of making a decent early introduction, and you have a formula for some truly genuine butterflies in your stomach.
- For most deals reps that are beginning with video in their prospecting or advertisers talking about another item dispatch, this is what they’re up against and the main video is typically the hardest.
- Your hair, garments, and whatever other individual points of interest make a major impression.
“Lights, camera, and backdrop are all important, but the most important part of the video is you – so focus on that first!”