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Action verbs versus adjectives

Action verbs versus adjectives: Working with Actors & Non-Actors in Video Production
Action verbs versus adjectives: Working with Actors & Non-Actors in Video Production

Your ultimate goal is to have your talent’s performance be truthful, and one of the best ways to help them achieve that is to use action verbs instead of adjectives when providing them with direction. This helps your talent do what’s called “being in the moment”—focusing on the details of what is happening right now in the scene.

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