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How Nervous CEOs Sell Charisma on Camera

September 17th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Charisma is not some mysterious force that you’re either born with or not. Charisma is a skill you can learn without becoming an extrovert or changing your personality. After reading The Charisma Myth by Olivia Fox Cabane, I’ve come to realize that the three behaviors that display charisma are the same three principals of making […]

Taming Your Inner Critic: Improving Yourself On-Camera

September 8th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

The most effective leaders have the special skill of turning their mistakes into opportunities to improve. But for many leaders, appearing on camera is a new and daunting challenge. In the process, things are bound to go wrong, and you will grow through trial and error. But if you are too hard on yourself, you […]

Authenticity Expert Vern Oakley Urges Corporate Leaders to ‘Get Real’ with Stakeholders

September 7th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Author, Filmmaker & Creative Director of video production agency Tribe Pictures discusses video communication for business professionals in The CEO Magazine. CHATHAM, NEW JERSEY, USA, August 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Readers of The CEO Magazine, many of whom are among the world’s business elite, are urged to ‘get real’ when it comes to their ability […]

Leveraging Video in Times of Crisis

August 27th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Your company is facing a crisis. It may be difficult, but the best thing to do is to address the situation. Sincere and heartfelt apologies go a long way toward laying a crisis to rest. And what’s key is to keep being you during the process. Under extreme situations, video can calm nerves and answer […]

The Intangible Elements of an Effective Video

August 20th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

The tangible elements of creating a great corporate video are straightforward: a talented crew, high quality equipment, a carefully selected location. The intangible elements are the emotional or tonal aspects that make your video effective (or ineffective when overlooked). They take much more skill, time, and practice. Without enough attention to the intangibles, your video […]

The Magic of Post-Production

August 13th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

The director guides the talent on set to get their best performances. The magic of post-production is that your video can take on a new angle in the edit room. The editor is a second director whose job is to craft each individual shot into a story. Good B-roll Tells Its Own Story When used […]

How Body Language Shapes a Corporate Video Performance

August 4th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Your non-verbal signals paint a broader picture of who you are as a person. Directors pay close attention to the natural gestures of their video subjects. When they sit normally, do they learn forward or sit back, cross their legs? What are they like when they are talking normally, animated, laughing? Actions Too Little or […]

What Does The Sustainable Film Industry Look Like?

July 30th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

One of the most wonderful aspects of film is that it is such a compelling medium for persuasive stories. The right expert interviews combined with incredible b-roll visuals can change anyone’s mind. This is why climate change-focused documentaries like Seaspiracy and I Am Greta are on the rise. As filmmakers, we have the responsibility to […]

Speak From Your Heart: Anecdotes Humanize Executives on Camera

July 16th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Personal anecdotes humanize us. You don’t need to see yourself as a storyteller to work in personal details that will connect you to your audience. A short few words about your personal stake in the message can have a big impact. Your Personality Creates Connections For example, say you’re opening a new office in South […]