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Looking Into the Camera


March 3, 2010 by admin

In most cases you do not want to look directly into the video camera lens. One exception is if you are speaking to the video audience. Another exception is when the two of you walk down the aisle away from the altar in your triumphal exit. If we have a camera at the end of the isle it will look most favorable if you can look into it. Still another exception is if you are waving into the camera. The general idea is that your viewing audience perceives themselves as a fly on the wall being able to watch events without being noticed. When you look into the camera you disturb this perception and draw attention away from the viewing experience.


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