The idea that you get to tell big, fun stories, be a part of those stories, and briefly assume another person’s identity is one of the biggest things that attracted me to acting as a child and many other people to the profession when they were young. without incurring any penalties, too! However, once I started acting, this all of a sudden became entirely legitimate and advantageous.
The problem starts when you start “acting” or enter “pretending mode.” You start to feel like a complete actor at this point because both your movement and your speech have become stiff and out of the ordinary.Instead, try to portray yourself as the young person who is telling the amazing tale but doesn’t want to be discovered by being truthful in the moment.
The young person isn’t thinking about how incredible their performance will be to everyone. Adults who doubt themselves do. You just don’t do this when conversing naturally with someone in our everyday interactions. Your face will take care of itself if you are completely focused on the conversation and just keep talking. I’ll use the camera to say something a little outrageous to the other person right away during a private one-on-one session to observe how they naturally react! It’s lovely and great because we can play it back and talk about what happened and why. Be present. Seize the moment. Keep your scenario partner alone. Your face will be taken care of. It looks after itself all day long without your assistance. If you are in a land of make-believe, I guarantee you will have a perfect face!