Another bad advice article

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  • Keep your camera well positioned to avoid strange camera angles. Being too low or hooked into a different monitor can create distorted, distracting views.
  • Look into the camera when you’re speaking.  It’s easy to look at yourself on the screen, but you need to maintain eye contact with the camera.  Eye contact with the camera equals eye contact with your audience.

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    Number one: If your camera is well positioned there's no need to stare at it

    Number two: Looking at the camera is the worst advice that I continue to see being suggested. If you look at the camera, you render the whole point of video conferencing worthless. It's about seeing people. Put your camera in the right spot and look at the person you're talking to.

    Number three: Turn your self view off.

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