How To Gain Confidence On Camera

Posted on: by Michael Tringe

Do you freeze on camera?
Do you get sweaty palms, a nervous shake, the whole nine yards?

Fear not! It happens to more people than you’d think. I learned the hard way that the best way to act on camera is how you’re acting right now. Natural. The difference between on stage and on camera is that on stage you pretend to be someone else. On camera, people are there to watch you. They want to see you, not some inauthentic version.

Getting past stage fright and awkward annunciation is all a part of the process. At CreatorUp, we want to help you gain confidence on camera and show your audience who you really are, so that you can build a relationship from there. The best way to accomplish this is if they can see you.

To learn more, visit the COMPLETE COURSE, hosted by Jonathan Novak

How to be Confident on Camera

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Written by Michael Tringe

Mike Tringe earned his MFA in Film Production from USC and has worked at Creative Artists Agency Film Sales (Paranormal Activity, Black Swan), Vuguru, Michael Eisner's multi-platform studio, (The Booth at the End (Hulu), Don't Ask, Don't Tell (Snag), Little Women Big Cars (AOL), and Blip Networks (300 million monthly views, Smosh, Annoying Orange, Nostalgia Critic).

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