Presenting to Camera – video tutorials

To many people the idea of presenting to a camera is extremely daunting.  It doesn’t have to be. I believe that you should appear on camera as you do in reality – the real, natural you.  The first mistake most people make is to assume that because there is a camera looking at them, they need to act like a television presenter or broadcaster – Wrong!

Others who are familiar with public speaking usually believe that the process of delivering to a camera will be easy.  How many times have I heard people tell to me that talking to a camera won’t be a problem for them as they regularly speak to groups of 100s of people at a time – then spent a couiple of hours working with them to deliver a short presentation to a camera.

To attempt to help people who would like to present to a camera in a more natural and comfortable style I have created a series of short video tutorials.  The first one investigates the difference between presenting styles on screen and to a live audience:

Here is the first video in the series:

If you would like access to the complete series please get in touch

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