I had never heard of “ball tapping” before yesterday. But this article is not about smacking another kid in the ‘nads for grins. But “ball tapping” is indicative of a much larger issue. Our kids have too damned much for their own good. I know that might sound like the “I walked uphill in the snow 20 miles to school – both ways mind you!” But c’mon now.
Have FUN! No one wants to see a sour face on camera. So make sure you are having fun and that you SMILE. The better you come across on camera the more people would want to buy your product or services.
Once you have your video recorded, whether a screen capture or action footage, you may need to clean it up a bit. You want your video to be as high quality as possible in order to keep your viewers watching to the end. If there are a bunch of mistakes in a tutorial video or long pauses in an action video, you may loose your viewers at that point. You can accomplish simple video editing tasks with software like Windows Movie Maker. Most Windows and Mac computers come with editing software built in. And as luck would have it, there are some great video tutorials on hampton bay lighting that show you how to use this software.
For those of you not in the Los Angeles area, you can see John Colella in three other places. He will be making a guest appearance on “Criminal Minds” Wednesday, Mar. 2 on CBS. To see the trailer, click here: http://t.co/09iabFQ.
In general all productions fall into one of two categories; scripted and unscripted. Scripted are all productions where the actors follow – a script! Of course, these require actors to learn their lines and follow the screenplay. Unscripted are best exemplified by the “reality shows” currently so popular. Here there is no script, and all the expense and time associated with it. Most likely you are going to start with an unscripted production because it is simply easier and costs a lot less.
Products like The Whopper, The Big Gulp, and Super Size meals pack in a whopping amount of calories, sugars, and fats. Let’s take a closer look: The Double Gulp soda at your local 7-11 holds 64 ounces of soda – that is half a gallon! It contains the equivalent of 48 teaspoons of sugar. A typical hamburger at a fast food restaurant weighs six ounces. In 1957, it weighed one ounce. According to one nutritionist, your average fast food meal is more like three meals.
At last, should you carry out the above mentioned steps carefully, you should succeed and can then enjoy the fruits from your success! Accept the rewards and admiration (and envious glances!). You accomplished it therefore you deserve the recognition! It’s your project as well as your accomplishment. Now be happy and enjoy the rewards you have gained!