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Actor Website Tips | Don't forget to put your domain name everywhere you list your contact information

List your actor website on your business card

Let's assume that you linked up all your social media to your website and you linked up your website to all your social media as I pointed out in tip #11. You created a central hub for your visitors, so they'll know...

Fun Facts | Websites for Actors

Build your actor website

Build your #actor #website on a long elevator ride.

Actor Casting Hints | Impress Casting Directors

How to get cast

Don't get psyched out by other actors in the waiting room. Get yourself motivated instead.

Actor Dictionary | Clap Board

What you should know

At the beginning of every shot/take, once the camera is rolling, the camera loader places a clap board in front of the camera, waits until the operator has the shot in focus and "marks" it by snapping the top of the board. The clap board serves two main purposes.1) During production, the visual and the audio is captured separately. The point of the clap board is so that the editor can synchronize the sound with the picture. So when they hear the sound of the clap on the audio track, they match it to the visual of the instant the clapper snaps on the board. The camera loader is typically responsible for operating the clap board.2) In post-production, when sorting through all the footage and choosing which shots to use, the editor needs information about the particular take so that they know what shot they're looking at. The information conveyed on a clap board include, take number, which scene, date, which camera roll, director' name and of course the name of the project.