If you're being asked to record business video on a phone this is the course for you. Bite sized chunks of information so you can make better videos. Plenty of presenting tips, advice on camera settings & post production video editing support. Take your business video presentation to the next level.
Justin Weily explains why he developed this course for business owners, business leaders and business executives. One hour of video content (and a few homework lessons) in bite sized chunks. Packed with advice for busy operators on how to make your business phone videos BETTER.
Corporate Presenting on the FLY is learning how to make decent quality business videos on your phone without having to memorise scripts. In recent years a lot of my work involved recording and guiding busy executives appearing on camera. There was no autocue, no scripts and no cue cards most of the time.
You will learn how to present natural sounding, confident video presentations. All you need to do is follow the methods explained in this quick-fire course. This is aimed at managers, executives, business owners and anyone appearing on camera in either internal or external comms.
YOU WILL LEARN
The best settings to record business video on a phone
The quickest way to find focus and get good sound
How to remember your scripts and talking points
The most flattering 'talking head angle' for your features
How to use the popular phone camera App Filmic Pro
The biggest mistake people make when recording video for business
YOU WILL GET
Lots of short, informative video lessons
Downloadable checklist of all the video lessons
Access to private Facebook and LinkedIn Groups for tips
Updated video modules regularly (but only the good stuff)
LIVE troubleshooting support (extra charge)
Justin Weily is a former news cameraman & journalist with more than 25 years experience in television production. He is based in Hong Kong where he produces corporate films and runs media training for business owners, managers and executives appearing on camera.
After seeing a lot of sub-standard webcam footage and video content (that was shot on phones) last year, he decided to develop a course. Both presenting skills and basic video production techniques are taught. At the end of the course students will know how to make decent 'talking head' type video presentations on a phone.
He wants to ensure that people who appear on camera, look good (and sound good) on camera.
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