Fairfax Video Studio Gets You Comfortable On Camera in the Studio



Fairfax Video Studio

In this video, one of the Fairfax video studio attorney clients is seen expressing how much fun he has when he goes into the professional green screen studio in Fairfax, Virginia.

My good friends Tom Foster and Jim Foliard are co-owners of the Fairfax Video Studio, and there is no question that they create great quality professional green screen video. I love their work and I highly recommend what they do.

It’s interesting to note this attorney’s key observation.

He mentioned that it’s often difficult to speak to a camera lens when shooting video. I find this to be true, especially for lawyers who are just starting out on their video marketing journey.

When I’m shooting video with a lawyer who is just starting to create video, I tell him to imagine the camera is simply one person you’re having a conversation with. However, it’s often difficult to imagine that as you’re standing in front of the camera about seven or eight feet away.

In addition, when shooting in a professional studio, there are often people milling about who are either watching what you are doing or are technical people responsible for either lighting, audio or manning the cameras.

Not only does the attorney have to focus on the content and his presentation, but there are many distractions that can arise especially during the first few videos.

Kudos to this attorney who gets animated. You see how relaxed and comfortable he is standing in front of the camera. This is how you inject personality into your videos. This is one of the key ways to show you are different.

Thank you Jim and Tom for having this lawyer explain how a great video team can make you feel relaxed and comfortable in front of a camera. You guys certainly get it and make your clients feel good during their shoots.

If you are interested in creating professional green screen video, contact my good friends at the Fairfax Video Studio. Tell them I sent you.

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Gerry-- This is truly one of the BEST videos explaining this little known fact I have EVER seen produced by a personal injury attorney! Well done!

Stephen Fairley
Rainmaker Institute