Tips for Confidence on Camera



Sometimes it’s tough to film a video for YouTube and appear confident. In fact when we asked at BlogCamp last year, lack of confidence was the biggest response to why some bloggers were put off starting a YouTube channel. It can seem incredibly daunting to sit down in front of a camera and just speak, even if it’s just you and the camera in the room.

Veena V from Mum to Millionaire and YT Club shares her top tips for confidence on camera. Whether you’re thinking of starting up a YouTube channel, or a seasoned pro, these tips will help you out. Even those who have been filming confidently in front of camera for years can have a confidence blip and need a bit of a helping hand to get it back. If you’re thinking of starting a YouTube channel then this could be just the video you need to watch! Veena vlogs at Official Veena.

Veena has a new YouTube course starting soon and is offering Tots100 members an extra special discount. To find out more about the course, check out Veena’s website , and in order to gain a fantastic 20% discount, you simply need to enter the code TOTS100 at checkout.


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