Do you tend to freeze up or get nervous when you're speaking to the webcam? One simple trick that might help you become more comfortable on screen is to use a picture of a person (drawn or a photograph) and place it in front of the camera — with a cutout for the camera eye, of course.
That's it. As blogger Randy Wilson explains in his video above, instead of the strangeness of talking to a camera eye when you're in a video chat or recording yourself, you'll have a face to talk to. It will also help you focus on looking into the camera directly when you speak.
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