Camera Acting Course for Beginners
Learn with Bhavesh Yadav
Certificate of completion
"Lights, Camera, Action! Unleash Your Inner Actor with our Camera Acting Course for Beginners - where every frame tells a story!"
In the Camera Acting Course for Beginners, you will delve into the fundamental principles of acting specifically tailored for the camera. This course is designed to equip beginners with the essential skills and techniques required to excel in on-screen performances. Throughout the course, you will learn about camera angles, movements, and various shot types to understand how to adapt your acting accordingly. You will also explore the nuances of facial expressions, body language, and vocal projection that are crucial for conveying emotions effectively on camera. Moreover, you will receive practical training on how to interpret scripts, develop characters, and deliver authentic performances in front of the camera. Through a series of exercises, scene studies, and mock auditions, you will gain hands-on experience and feedback to enhance your acting abilities. By the end of the Camera Acting Course for Beginners, you will have a solid foundation in on-camera acting techniques and the confidence to pursue opportunities in the film and television industry. Join us on this exciting journey to unlock your potential as a camera actor!
Introduction to camera acting techniques
Understanding on-screen presence
Practical exercises to improve acting skills
Mastering facial expressions and body language
Exploring different camera angles and shots
Learning to deliver lines convincingly
Audition tips and strategies for beginners
Final showcase to apply learned skills on camera
What you will learn
Confident Camera Presence
Learn how to project confidence and ease in front of the camera as a beginner actor.
Understanding Framing and Angles
Gain knowledge on how camera framing and angles impact your performance on screen.
Expressive Facial and Body Movements
Discover techniques to convey emotions effectively through facial and body expressions for the camera.
Mastering On-Screen Dialogues
Develop skills to deliver dialogues naturally and convincingly for the camera in acting scenarios.
3 attachments • 27.51 mins
Navarasa means nine emotions; rasa means emotional state of mind. Nine emotions are Shringara (love/beauty), Hasya (laughter), Karuna(sorrow), Raudra (anger), Veera (heroism/courage), Bhayanaka (terror/fear), Bibhatsa (disgust), Adbutha (surprise/wonder), Shantha (peace or tranquility).
2 attachments • 48.1 mins
Hasya represents the emotions of comedy, humor, and laughter. It consists of provoking laughter through witty dialogue, funny situations, or humorous performances.
Class 1 - Comedy Emotion(1)
2 attachments • 41.17 mins
Adbhuta represents the emotion of wonder, amazement, or wonder. It is about the presentation of impressive or unusual events, objects, or people.
Class 2 - Wonder Emotion
2 attachments • 37.28 mins
Bhayanaka represents the feeling of fear, terror, or fear. The aim is to create a feeling of fear or tension by depicting a character's fear or causing fear in the viewer.
Class 3 - Fear Emotion
2 attachments • 33.67 mins
Shanta represents the feeling of peace, calm, and serenity. It is about expressing a calm and serene mood or creating a peaceful atmosphere.
Class 4 - Peace Emotion
2 attachments • 49.34 mins
Karuna represents the feelings of sadness, compassion, and empathy. It is about depicting pain, sadness, or compassion for a character or situation.
Class 5 - Sad Emotion
2 attachments • 1 hrs
This breed represents the feeling of love, romance, and beauty. Examples of this are the expression of love between two characters in a play or the depiction of the feelings of a person in love.
Class 6 - Love Emotion
Bibhatsa represents the feeling of disgust, repulsion, or aversion. It is about depicting uncomfortable or repulsive emotions, situations, or characters.
Class 7- Disgusting Emotion
Raudra represents the emotion of anger, wrath, or fury. It is about expressing intense anger through dialogue, body, or facial expressions.
Class 8 - Angry Emotion
When you complete this course you receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ signed and addressed personally by me.
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Learn with Bhavesh Yadav
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