Want to be more attractive to, um, everyone? Trying spending some more time on-camera. I'm not taking about your daily selfies (though those help too). I'm talking about getting your photo taken by someone who knows what they're doing, creating a YouTube channel or using something like Facebook Live or Periscope. I can guarantee you that consistently spending time on-camera will make you more attractive. And when you're more attractive, it puts you in a position to get more of what you want. And we all could use a bit more of that these days.
But you'll get great exposure...
Is what he said. I wasn't getting paid for my work, talent or time but I would get "exposure." The implication was that if I worked for him for free the other people he knows would see the work I did for him and then they would pay me.
Bullshit. Garbage. Nonsense. No way.
What would it be like to be who you really are? Without apology?
No longer fighting for attention, trying to explain yourself or your actions to others and having the courage to say what you're feeling.
You know the you I'm talking about. The true you. That playful, sexy, present and expressive you. The you that lives out of their passion and not their thoughts.
What would the landscape of your life look like if you could walk around as hi person day-to-day? Imagine it for minute. Really do it...
It's something I have to remind myself of whenever I'm photographing someone. It can be easy to get stuck in one place when creating an image - especially when things are going well and looking good. And, even more so, when what I'm seeing on the back of the camera matches the image I had in my head when I initially envisioned the shoot - but this can be a problem.
In shooting a course on how to shoot great looking and sounding videos with your smartphone, I've found that there's a feature on the iPhone that people either don't know exists or how to use. In this video I share with you how to use it to make you shine on-camera. Whether you're an actor putting yourself on-camera or an audition or someone in online business you'll learn this simple trick to make your photos and videos shine.
While speaking at the Actors Studio Drama School, I was asked a personal question. The room was filled with fellow artists and it was a safe place to share - so I dove in. My assistant caught the moment on cell phone video. You can watch the 2 minute video below and learn how a close friend most definitely saved my life: