Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2017 12:31:48 -0700
I agree with you Nick. I think the best thing to do is send a live one AND a studio one. The studio one will convey the quality of your performance in the best conditions (no air conditioners, inappropriate comments, trucks driving by) and will make you look good on camera. The live is to show interaction. When I’ve just submitted the live, the video production quality distraction took precedence over the attention to interaction.In other words, people noticed MORE that the video was bad in the live piece, than they noticed that there was no audience in the studio piece. It’s hard to undo a negative impression. My experience.
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