As many of us get used to working from home in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, video conferencing is becoming more important than ever. But how can you still maintain professionalism while working from your living room? Continue reading “How To Look Professional in Video Calls”
Making a corporate video? Tips for non-actors to look like a boss!
I’m guessing delivering lines on camera isn’t your preferred day at the office unless you want to be a movie star. You’re in the right place because we have years of experience filming non-actors and some pro-tips for you to look great on camera. Continue reading “How to Look Good on Camera”
Being on a Real Talk set is really refreshing. You’ve got all of these confident people being really, well, real. Especially in front of a camera, that doesn’t happen often.
Have you heard of drop-drive-fobia? It’s the fear of dropping your hard drive and losing all of your files.
No more cat videos! Use that phone camera for something really interesting that adds to your business or organization. Be fearless and use storytelling to your advantage (and show Joe in marketing that he’s got some competition).
Let’s be realistic, finding the right collaborator can be as hard as finding a decent date online. It’s hard to tell if you’ll gel unless you work with them yourself, but these pros and cons can help narrow down the options.
Before starting your video production it’s helpful to ask yourself a few key questions that will maximize your funds and help you to create a video with a strong ROI. It might feel overwhelming, but if you take it one step at a time everything will fall into place. Start with these questions, and then you’ll be ready to really get started.