What NOT To Do In A Close Up

The close up shot is your chance to create intimacy with your audience. Often, the close up is the most emotionally complex aspect of a scene. This makes it powerful, but also increasingly difficult to execute effectively.

Whether you’re an experienced film actor or coming straight from theatre, your instinct to play into the emotion of your close up could have your face moving all over the place – distracting from your performance.

What makes a great close up? Check out today’s video where Wendy Davis will show you what NOT to do in close up. Stay tuned for the rest of the video to find out the 4 critical components of a powerful close up.

What NOT To Do In A Close Up

Remember these 4 principles and get ready for your close up:

  • Seamless Acting
  • Acting Listening
  • Emotional Availability
  • Maximum Exposure Of The Eyes

Leave a comment. Was this video helpful for your film acting preparation?

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Coming Soon: Los Angeles Class

How To Be Captivating In A Close Up

Our 8-week intensive with Wendy Davis will teach you “How To Be Captivating In A Close Up.”

The camera picks up everything – every nuance, every twitch, every raised eyebrow. The fact is, it’s not enough to be a good actor. To be successful in film and tv, you must also be a skilled technician. During this class series, you’ll learn how to turn the camera into your best ally.

You will learn the 4 principles to creating a powerful close up performance:

  • Maximum Exposure Of The Eyes
  • Active Listening
  • Emotional Availability
  • Seamless Acting

Not only will you learn the theory behind these 4 principles, you will practice them each week. Seeing yourself on camera is the fastest way to learn what works, and how to modify what needs work.

Classes begin April 23 with both day and night classes available. Register now!

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