1. Even if you aren't using an external microphone, you should wear headphones to check the built-in sound.
2. It's better to move the camera closer than zoom in.
3. Keep people aligned to the same side so as to not create confusion in the sequence.
4. Tripods are better to use because the shaking of a handheld camera distracts viewers.
5. The eyes of a subject should always be on the third, with "talking space" in front of them.
Hey- My attention was drawn in by the backwards-thrown dart, and her hair standing up.
You- She loves doing her job, not just for the money, and I've definitely benefited from cafeteria workers in my life that I don't think about.
See- Her four children all graduated from college while she worked as a cafeteria worker, she feeds people constantly, and she still owns her family's property.
So- Viewers should feel inspired to give back and feel grateful for all of the opportunities they have.
Hey- Seeing an elephant grabs my attention, especially if it's located in Tennessee where it's not found in the wild.
You- Like an elephant, I also have best friends that I would do anything for.
See- Dogs and elephants coexist at this sanctuary, the sanctuary contains 2700 acres, and the dog trusts the elephant not to step on her.
So- People can get along, despite any major differences between them.