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By: TELEPROMPTERRENTAL.COM | Howard Heitner | April 17, 2019
If you've ever made a speech or presentation in front of a video camera you probably already know that when you're under the hot lights, the director says "action!" and points to you, there are about a million other places you'd rather be. The room may be filled with people but you're all alone... alone to deliver the best performance that you can. Here are a few hints, techniques and ways to prepare for your on-camera performance that can help you make it the best it can be.
Use a conversational writing styleKeep in mind that your audience will hear your words, not see them. So, it's important to write in a way that, when spoken, sounds natural. For example, using contractions is a simple way to make the written word more conversational.