Basics of a Self-Tape Audition
In the modeling industry, auditions are usually physical. Talents would report to the audition venue and would be tested by the directors for the roles they’re applying for. Technology has changed the way auditions take place. Today, it’s common for aspiring models to send in their self-tape auditions from their location to clients and companies. The use of audition tapes has grown more popular due to the crisis that restricted movement and physical gathering.
Making a self-tape audition can be very challenging, especially for first-timer beginners. It’s even more tricky when you don’t have someone to help assist you. Self-taping auditions are becoming increasingly popular in the modeling and acting industry and as an aspiring talent, you need to learn the basics of a self-tape audition if you want to take advantage of more opportunities.
This in-depth guide breaks down the basics of a self-tape audition and gives you a step by step guidance in making a top-notch self-tape audition to present to casting calls and agencies.
• Choose the Right Room
For an audition video to come out great, you have to record it in the right environment. The first step in creating a good self-tape audition video is to find the right environment with the right qualities for the video. The right room should have sufficient lighting, minimal or no noise, and a good backdrop.
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