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Using Hand Gestures Effectively For Virtual Presentations


Along with COVID-19 has come the increased use of virtual meetings to share ideas, present information and update each other on the progress of our work. When hand gestures are used well, they can add to your presentation. However when used incorrectly, hand gestures can offend your audience. Here we share four tips to help

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Newsletter Archive


In our regular newsletters we share our tips to help you present to camera with confidence, and produce higher quality videos yourself. Sign up for our weekly newsletter here. To view our newsletter archive, click on the links below.

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Making The Most of Video Conferencing


Along with the coronavirus pandemic came the challenge of continuing to work with each other, but with physical limitations. This has led to an upsurge in the use of video conferencing software such as Zoom.  Until we have an effective vaccine – and even beyond its availability – video conferencing will continue to be a key

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4 Tips To Work Remotely, Effectively: A Case Study


There are a lot of moving parts in video and animation production. There’s liaising with the client, brainstorming ideas for how to visually represent the concept, writing and re-writing scripts, storyboarding, shooting footage, storing footage, sharing assets such as logos, sharing edits across the team, selecting music, recording voice over, reviewing edits with the client,

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Be Passionate on Camera: It’s powerful and palpable


When we speak – whether it’s on camera, during a videoconference or on stage – people don’t tend to remember what we said. They remember how we made them feel. Your words matter, but how they are said can have more of a lasting impact. While the power of language is undeniable, of equal importance

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Video Conferencing: How to present professionally when on camera


Being part of a videoconference generally involves being seen and heard from the comfort of your home office. Here are four practical tips to help you appear more professional when you’re on camera. 1. Get comfortable with the software Whether you’re using Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, or any other platform, play around

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