About the Author: John Michael Ferrari
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Acting With Your Eyes
Acting With Your Eyes
By: John Michael Ferrari
August 27, 2014
Self-confidence for an actor is always the hardest thing to learn and acquire. Many actors find themselves staring at their own feet or anywhere else rather than the camera. That is a huge challenge for the director as they are constantly gesturing for you to look in the right direction. As an actor you want to make sure that you have tremendous self-confidence and that you are able to radiate it like a light when you are on the camera. That means that you need to know what to do with your eyes. Acting with your eyes is the one skill which is not taught when you go to acting school that means that this is something that you need to figure out on your own.
However, thankfully with this beautiful new book from John Michael Ferrari you no longer have to worry about figuring this out on your own. The book outlines all of the details of techniques which will allow you to look like a pro that has been a part of the industry for years. If you have been seeking to look like a flawless regular who can engage your audience and allow them to see into your soul in front of the camera, this is your book.
When people see you on screen, the thing that will captivate and will bring them to always want you back in front of the camera is the engagement you have with the audience. Your audience should be able to see everything in your eyes and should know what you are thinking about. Acting With Your Eyes, will teach you many new concepts like the Magic Pull which will allow you to instantly be in touch with your inner confidence and draw your audience to you like a moth to the flame.Learning to act with your eyes will unlock your full on screen potential and deliver dividends and returns in the long term which will ensure that you are the best you can be
“John Ferrari's book "Acting with Your Eyes" is right on target. While actions speak louder than words, the eyes are the window to the soul. Acting is a combination of actions, words, and the eyes. There are many books on filming (actions) and scriptwriting (words), but few, if any, are focused on the window to the soul. I am delighted to read John's unique book. It is insightful; it advocates positive thinking; and it is a lot of fun to read (with a sense of humor such as "I've doubled my Facebook friends in just a week, now I have two.") I find John's book useful not only for actors, but also for everyone who wishes to improve their professional and personal life.”
John Michael Ferrari is a professional photographer, acting coach, musician, and producer. He has worked with some of the best actors and models in the industry and has an eye for exacting style. After helping many nervous models find their way in front of the camera, he has decided to share his insights of years of experience in a way that is easy and fun to consume. John works everyday behind the camera instructing models and actors in a skill that millions of coaches have been missing for years. His experience as well as precision has now been packaged to allow you to consume that experience in this amazing book.