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Hollywood On-Camera Secrets
to Creating Blockbuster Videos
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Millions of new videos appear on the Internet every day. If you’re not already using it, your competitors are. Video lets you connect heart-to-heart with your viewers, and brands you as the celebrity expert and go-to authority in your field.
But image is everything, so bad video is worse than no video at all. If you don’t understand how to best appear on camera, viewers will disappear within seconds. Apply Barbara’s techniques and your viewers will watch whatever you produce — and send the link to their networks.
Barbara has been a successful Hollywood actress for over 25 years. She shares her techniques and secrets so you can create dynamic videos that build your business. If you’re camera shy, don’t worry, she shares how to have fun and play, which is the magic energy that travels straight through the camera from your heart to your viewer’s.
- What to say in your videos, and the vital questions you need to ask yourself before you shoot each one
- Barbara’s #1 secret — it’s the magic secret sauce that brings you $$$$!
- Tricks to sharing your passion and excitement heart-to-heart with your viewer
- Easy on-camera and production secrets to make your videos stand out from your competitors’
- How to handle your nerves and turn them into fuel
- Tips on makeup, lighting and wardrobe so you can make great videos on your own
More about our guest expert:
Barbara Niven is definitely living her dreams! She’s one of Hollywood’s busiest actresses, and is also a motivational speaker and coach.
She didn’t start an acting career until she was almost thirty years old, putting her own dreams on hold while she became a wife and mother in Portland, Oregon. One day she received something in the mail from her upcoming high school reunion that asked, “Have you achieved what you thought you would in your life so far?” She says it hit her like a ton of bricks that she was only living everybody else’s idea of who she should be. She decided she didn’t want to wind up wondering what if at the end of her life, so despite hearing that it was impossible, she talked her way into a news internship at Portland’s NBC affiliate and sold her first story to network. Then she discovered her real passion, acting, and has been making a living at it, against all odds, for over twenty years. She served for three years on the national board of directors for the Screen Actors Guild.
She says she’s living proof that anyone can make his or her dreams come true, at any age. “Every moment you have a choice ... to move toward your dream or away from it. Don’t settle for less than wonderful in your life — and don’t give up five minutes before the miracle!”