How to shoot + look good in testimonials
It's the little tweaks that can transform how a video looks (and make you look better too - not that you don't already look great, but the camera can be quite mean if you don't works its angles well... )
You can use it for your own learning or share with clients that you're requesting testimonials from. (I recommend using the free tool VideoAsk, they offer different ways to give testimonials and it's free. I use it, too.)
Why a guide? It makes clients more likely to use video testimonials if they know how to look better, do it quicker and feel like you're guiding them well throughout the entire experience working with you.