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Creating and Revealing Genuine Emotion for the Camera Survey
Where are you in your training?
Check the one most appropriate for you
Beginner or just starting out
I've been training longer than 9 months
Been training. I have headshots. I have an agent or doing self-subnissions
Semi Pro - I have training and sometimes I book paying jobs
Pro - I make my living from acting.
If other, please explain.
Can You Say Yes to any of the following?
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Does your face unwittingly shows every thought that comes in to your mind?
Have you been told your face is too busy?
Are you having trouble making the transition from stage acting to on-camera acting?
Is your face emotionally alive when you speak and blank when you're not?
Are you often told to make it bigger or smaller but failing to make the adjustment?
Have you been ask to show several specific reactions and you weren’t sure what your face was revealing?
Do You try to push your feelings through your eyes, but not getting the result you're after?
Do you think film acting is just about doing less or nothing?
Does your headshot fail to capture who you really are?
What would you like to learn about Emotion Creating and Emotion revealing?
Check as many boxes as you like.
How do I evoke a genuine emotional response?
Why do I feel one thing and express another?
How do I insure it’s truthful?
How do I adjust what I’m feeling or expressing?
How do I make sure it’s recognizable?
How do I do it on demand?
How can I tap into my emotions without dredging up the past?
How do I make it repeatable?
How do I create those little subtle nuances of thought, feeling and emotion?
If other, what else would you like to know?
What other acting tools would you like to acquire?
Choose what you would like to know more about
How do I take a headshot that gets me in the door?
How to I make dialogue sound like it's real?
Interpreting sides, copy or directions?
How do I nail a reaction shot?
If other, share what tools or information you are seeking.
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