5 Ways To Make Your Acting Footage Stand Out

Having professional footage that focuses on you acting is more important now than ever before.
#1 – Rehearse Your Scene
Treat it like an actual Booking!  Be ready to go so that when the camera rolls you give the best performance.

#2 – It Must Look Professional
So shoot it professionally.  There are lots of companies offering Scene Shooting be sure to do your research so you know what their footage looks like and you understand what you are paying for.

#3 – Make The Scene About You
Not the writer or director or anyone else in the scene.  Be sure the script and the scene focuses on your character so you can show off your Acting.

#4 – Keep It On Brand
Make sure your character in the scene is a character that Casting will call you in for.  This is about knowing your Niche and your Casting.

#5 – Your Reel Is A Trailer Of Your Career And Your Talent
Make sure it shows your Acting Talent, a range of On Brand Characters and not just your reaction to other actors.

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As actors you have one opportunity to make a first impression. It is a lot like online dating. If you send out a picture that is great but doesn't look like you, your date (casting) is gonna be disappointed. You won't get a second chance. But if you are able to capture your personality and the strongest aspects of your talents in that one frame, you'll find that there are a lot of people out there looking for someone just like you. SO, this blog is dedicated to getting you more dates, or rather auditions. We leave your actual dating life up to you. With over 30 years of experience in the photography and headshot business, I will keep you posted on the business of acting with an emphasis on photos.

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