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  • 5 Tips for Improving Your On-Camera Audition

    Any audition can feel like a mental hurricane of an event—especially an on-camera audition. There’s so much going on through you and around you. You’ve worked on your sides, worked with a coach or friend, and marked where you need to look in the room technically to make your scene come to life. 
    However, things happen so fast that many times you forget to take the time to ground yourself, focus on the reader, and note where, on the opposite side of the camera, your mark is so that you can create the relationship of the other actor in the scene. Auditioning for the camera is a visual medium, so you need to be able to tell your story with pictures and know how to make your audition work technically so that your story is told accurately.  
    Make things as easy and clear for yourself so that you know exactly what it is you want to do technically. 
    Here are five suggestions to help you stay grounded and focused when you walk in the room. 
    1. Breathe. Take calm and deep breaths outside the room and also as you walk into the room. Your body always remembers the pattern of your breath. If you’re breathing rapidly, your body will associate that breath with nervousness and will act

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