Recommended Room Set Up:
a.) It is HIGHLY advised to not work from a chair or seated position with headshot view only. We do not advertise this look and it will result in significantly less shows. The reason we advise this is customers have many different types of fetishes, foot, leg, ass. If you are in the seated position you are unable to type and display all the views at the same time. Set the room up so that you are on a bed or couch or on the floor laying sideways like example below.
b.) Angling the camera properly
will definitely affect the quality of your shows. Adjust the camera
so you do not have to move around too much and so that you are comfortable.
Situate camera on an angle so that you have full coverage of your body
from corner to corner of screen. Fill up the frame with your body. Don't
have the cam zoomed way back so members can see the whole room. Zoom
in close. You are the main focus of the video. Situate the camera as close as you can
to the monitor directly across from you. It will appear as though you
are looking directly into the camera lens as you chat with members. (more personal)
c.) Have a solid colored
background. Use a solid colored sheet. Members do not want a view
of your kitchen or living room. Some of the better colors to use are
blue, red, purple, or burgundy. Patterns normally do not look good and
tend to distort the image. The camera will be better able to focus on the model
with a solid background.
d.) Lighting is another key element
that should not be ignored. Having a simple 100 watt light may not cover
the area you wish to enhance, creating dark shadows and unclear images.
We advise purchasing a 250/500 watt Halogen work light from Home Depot or
other hardware store for example. They are cheap and do a good job (Usually
$15-$20) The halogen light should be angled and bounced off a white wall or ceiling
to best light up the room. You may also purchase a smaller 250 watt light
for larger rooms to light up the background if the room is very large. None of the lights should
be pointed directly at the model. This will result in shinny skin or
over exposure. Do
not try to set up room with kitchen or living room as a background,
you will not have enough light, plus it looks unprofessional. Be sure that you do not point
the camera into any source of light. Either a window or a lamp on screen will
make the picture off balance.
To achieve optimum picture quality, have the room set up like a mini movie studio
Like the photo listed below. This will help the models that
have poor camera quality
to squeeze the most out of it with what they have.