Here’s a few simple things to keep in mind when working on -camera:
1. Energy up! Biggest problem I come across is bringing people’s energy up… energy is attractive, and captures the audience’s attention… You can have energy even if you are dealing with a wildlife situation, or a sensitive animal and have to be whispering! Energy comes from within.
2. Chin down… you want to look good, right? Keeping that chin down helps to bring out the cheekbones, and we don’t want to check your nose for debris… that’s your job, so… chin down, eyes up.
3. Let your passion lead you. Passionate about animals? Fascinated by them? Then let the audience see that. Remember fascinated people are Fascinating. -Sandra Dee
Veteran Actress, Media Training Consultant,
& Wildlife Enthusiast (“Charisma On Camera”)