Destroy Distractions With These Easy Camera Tricks

Distractions in videos come in many ways. In the theater, directors will use clutter on the screen to distract the viewer, or to help convey chaos. Leaving lots of people or things or lights or miscellaneous movement in the frame can help a movie the same way a magician uses her hands or props to distract her audience while doing a magic trick. It’s a big part of movie magic.

This is the sort of magic that you don’t want in your eLearning video course.

If your goal is to teach, instruct, and convey information to your learners, then you need as little clutter, distraction, and chaos as possible. A pet peeve of mine is when a course video, or any sort of instructional video, has loads of activity or competing visuals that distract from the presenter.

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