Next, video cameras record a short interview session. Clients answer 5-6 questions about their professional background.
In the beginning, our production studio asks the obvious: what is your name and what do you do?
Beyond this, the interview questions become more profound. We engage in deeper conversations that generate passionate answers on video.
Videography allows others to feel the strength of your presence and listen to you directly. On the contrary, a single headshot fails to convey this personal touch.
Remember to adjust your posture while on video. Align your back, lean your hips forward, and smile with your eyes. Therefore, doing this generates a confident presence.
The monologue interview format requires clients to restate the question in their answer. It ensures that viewers understand the context while watching the video.
Though it feels awkward, maintain eye contact with the video interviewer. Wandering eyes suggest a lack of comfort. For this reason, talk with your hands and move your head as you keep eye contact.
Finally, avoid rambling by using shorter sentences when speaking on video. And also, add more periods. Later on, it makes it easier for video editors to cut and combine snippets of main ideas.