There are a wide variety of clients with various levels of comfort in front of the camera. In this video, learn about how to handle any sort of client on set.
- So we just discussed what to do when I get on set. … Now on this lesson, we're going to discuss … how do I direct the client. … Now a lot of the times, your clients, … this is going to be the first time … they've probably been on camera. … I always like to strike up conversation, … ask them if they've done it before, … get some sort of background … 'til they're comfortable level of being on camera, … working with cameras. … And it really helps to just get a background … and idea about what your client has experienced. … So when you get 'em on camera, … just make it as comfortable as possible. … Make sure they have water nearby, … talk to 'em, let 'em know exactly how it's going to go down. … If they're looking into the camera, make sure … that that's okay. … If they're looking off, that helps a lot too, … if the video calls for it. … Because you can have a lot more conversational tone to it. … And a lot of times we'll freeze … up just staring directly into the black hole … that can be the camera for 'em sometimes. …
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