If you want to command attention and communicate your message effectively on video, your facial expressions are crucial. In this video from my course, Improve Your On-Camera Performance, you’ll learn about the importance of eye contact and how to use facial expressions to appear more animated, as well as getting more tips to ensure you look your best on camera.

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In this tutorial series we’ve talked about using a variety of tools to move your camera, with special attention paid to fast-paced documentary shoots. There’s a lot of neat gear out there, both new and time-tested, to help you achieve creative camera motion. Simply getting into a car can introduce many new kinds of shots to help add variety in your documentary edit.

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Pans, tilts, jibs, and sliders are all solid, established tools to help you add motion to your documentary. But a steadicam, or more recently, a brushless gimbal, can emulate all of those traditional movements with ease. More importantly, they can do things that no other tool can do: they can take your documentary production to a whole new level.

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