Do you sometimes get frustrated or upset by photos and videos that just don’t flatter you? Ever wonder why? Actually, there are understandable reasons for this . . . and no, it’s not because you’re unphotogenic, unfortunate, unlucky or un-anything-else. Far from it! The best news? It’s quite simple to dramatically improve your results.
I share some quick insight in the video below to get you started, drawn from my most recent confidence on camera workshop, held in our studio. If you’d like to see some photos of the beautiful participants, take a look at my Facebook album: Rock That Camera Workshop.
Does this topic resonate with you, or have you pretty much figured out how to ensure consistently flattering photos and videos of you? Great if you’ve got this down, particularly in order to successfully promote your company or career. Either way, I’d love to hear about your story – if you struggle with camera shyness or how you’ve overcome it – so please leave a comment below and let me know.
Your words may inspire someone else who is challenged in this way . . . and if you know anyone who is, please share this post with them. There’s no need for anyone to feel insecure, or worse, in front of a camera. It’s also easy to fix, so let’s take a stand for as many of us as possible to shine on camera in our photos and videos. Thank you!