15 COMMENTS

  1. Great show, however I have a few observations/suggestions that may help.

    1. Robert, you have a very large echo that needs to be eliminated.
    2. Pan your center camera in closer.
    3. Mover your computer off to your left side on the table.
    4. You might consider a less “busy” background.
  2. In reply to #5 by holysmokes:

    Oh, you both should look at the center camera while it is in use. I know it can be difficult to know which camera is on, however they should have a light queue to assist you.

    Thank you so much, we are learning (quickly I hope).

  3. In reply to #6 by Elisabeth Cornwell:

    In reply to #5 by holysmokes:

    Oh, you both should look at the center camera while it is in use. I know it can be difficult to know which camera is on, however they should have a light queue to assist you.

    Thank you so much, we learning (quickly I hope).

    Hi Elisabeth, what is the name of the facebook page?( sorry if I missed it in the video ).

    Great job, excellent effort and keep on rockin’ in the free world. :-)

  4. In reply to #7 by Cowboy1977:

    In reply to #6 by Elisabeth Cornwell:

    In reply to #5 by holysmokes:

    Oh, you both should look at the center camera while it is in use. I know it can be difficult to know which camera is on, however they should have a light queue to assist you.

    Thank you so much, we learning (quickly I hope).

    Hi Elisabeth, what is the name of the facebook page?( sorry if I missed it in the video ).

    Great job, excellent effort and keep on rockin’ in the free world. :-)

    Here is the Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RoadToReasonASkepticsGuideToThe21stCentury?ref=stream

    Thank you for the encouragement!

  5. In reply to #10 by GlenNeuro:

    Good content but a very odd use of camera angles and eye contact

    Thanks for the feedback and tips everyone. To echo what Elisabeth said, we’re learning as fast as we can, and we appreciate your patience in looking past the unsubtle miscues and focusing on the content. We’re still figuring out what we can and can’t pull off with our limited crew but should have the most prominent kinks worked out within the next few shows.

    Rob Penczak

  6. Bravi to both of you for starting the series. Unfortunately, the world is awash in videos and you have to get up to speed quickly to match the smoothness of professionalism of the good ones. Your message is important, so I hope you find your ‘groove’ soon and get out there on the intellectual stage. Some others have mentioned the use of the center camera, and the too-busy background. The leopard spotted shirt was also very attractive, but at the same time distracting, drawing eyes away from your face to your bosom.

    But i think the most important thing is to convey a balance of relaxation and authority, and that will take getting your ‘video muscles’. More power to you.

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