I often take things for granted, which includes not being mindful of things I’m doing that could really do some damage.

And I’ve learned over the years that taking things for granted is never a good idea. When it comes to video, tons of people have this blind spot they take for granted when it comes to being on camera.

This has to end if they are to have any hope of succeeding with video. So here are 4 separate ways of solving the same problem.

See if you agree.

    8 replies to "The 4 Most Effective Ways to be On Camera"

    • Cesar

      Dear Steve,

      Thank you for sharing your amazing experience. I needed to learn more about how to be in camera.

      I am looking forward to your new master class.

      I would like to know that thanks to your teachings, I now have a small green studio at home and I am learning how to uses it like you. Soon I am sending you a short video for you to see our progress.

      Most Regards,


    • Boris

      You forgot to mention or include here a link to the registration to that Video Course within the 7-day window. I hope this counts as a registration.
      Great work, thank you for the content!

      • Steven Washer

        I added a link under the video. Also you could click on the image ad just to the right. That should take you there. Thanks for asking!

    • Leslie Covington

      I see a lot of videos where the speaker sometimes looks into the lens. Then it cuts to a side view. I mentioned this to a marketer once and she told me she did it because it made it seem like the viewer was listening in on someone else’s conversation. I just find it REALLY annoying. I keep thinking, “I’m over here!”

      Thanks for sharing these ideas! Now, if I can just make myself do it. 😉

      • Steven Washer

        Some things are so patently absurd that they usually pass without comment. Then they become mainstream and we have to comment on them before they take over, like kudzu on a South Carolina highway.

        Thank you for stepping forward. 🙂

        • Leslie Covington

          It’s gotten to the point that everyone seems to do it now. Perhaps it’s just me, but I’d rather feel that I am the one being spoken to and not that I’m listening in on someone else’s conversation.

          I like your kudzu analogy. 🙂

    • Peter

      Hey. No link to video launch code anywhere on this page.

      • Steven Washer

        Message received! Link now in place. Thanks!

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