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Streamed live on Mar 28, 2013
Self-taped auditions are becoming more and more common. Though the technology is easy to come by, one still needs to know the technical skills. In part one of this series, we will show you how to properly set up the equipment as well as cover other technical details one needs to know to properly self-tape an audition. Look for part two in the series, post-production editing and uploading your audition, in April.
Meet the Speaker:
Sharon Garrison is a proud member of SAG, AFTRA and AEA for over 30 years, Sharon "pays it forward" these days by serving as secretary on the Dallas local SAG-AFTRA Board and chairing the SAG-AFTRA ProACT committee (Professional Actor Career Training) which offers panels and workshops on important film industry issues in the North Texas area. Sharon offers taping and audition coaching services available in both the North Texas and New Orleans areas and has put hundreds of actors (both young and more mature) on tape for casting directors in virtually every market in the country, from Los Angeles to New York.
TIMESTAMP 58:08 “Is there a way to record with webcam already installed in your computer? What software do you use to record?
59:43 “Can you begin with your back towards the camera if it works for the scene”
1:00:18 “When you slate, should you be in character?”
1:01:29 “Where should the camera be in relation to eye level”
1:12:19 “Is the industry standard still both profiles after slate?”
1:04:18 “What bulb wattage and charge do you like?”