How you can be your best for the people you are communicating with on video

The Chicago Apple User Group was founded in 1984, the same year the Macintosh computer was introduced, and we’ve been meeting regularly ever since. We are an educational, not-for-profit, group that helps people expand the use of Apple technology!

We are fortunate to have many speakers who have been with us for years, and continue to come back. Bob LeVitus is a world famous author of more than 50 books, and has been giving annual presentations to our club for many years. We’ve also had several visits from Adam Engst, Joe Kissell and many others who have made very significant contributions to the Apple community.

This Wednesday, May 6, 2020, I will be hosting a virtual (online) presentation for the Chicago Apple Users Group on the ‘Do’s and Don’ts of Video Calls — How you can be your best for the people you are communicating with on video’.

What you will learn:

How to look your best in a zoom or video meeting on line.
Using photographers trade craft and actors stage craft.

Photographers/Videographers Trade Craft

1) Lighting
2) POV (camera angle)
3) Set (actual background)
4) Set-dec (set decoration)
5) Virtual background
6) Audio

Actor’s Stage Craft

1) Hair & makeup,
2) Wardrobe & Props
3) The rules of improvisation

When and Where:

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

To attend email: May2020meeting@chicagoapple.org