WE NEED YOUR VOICE! RECORD A "SELFIE VIDEO" OF WHY YOU SUPPORT DR. SCOTT JENSEN FOR GOVERNOR!

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Submit a Selfie Video Today

We need your voice now more than ever! Take a selfie video and explain why you support Dr. Scott Jensen for Governor. Once you’ve recorded the video, you can submit it by clicking here. Your submission may be used on our social media pages and to promote our campaign! Join our movement, record a video of yourself and submit it!

Not sure how to take a great selfie video? Here are some trusted tips!

When using a smartphone or tablet
Shoot with your camera horizontal so that your screen looks like a widescreen TV. Try to hold it steady. The closer you are to the phone, the less shaky the video will appear, and your audio will be better too. You can also record audio using an app such as Voice Memos on the iPhone.

If you plan to use a laptop or desktop
Most laptops and desktops have a video camera included in the operating system. Windows 10 has a Camera app, and Macs have Photo Booth. These tend to be user friendly, so don’t be intimidated. Do a couple of practice takes, and you’ll get comfortable with the program.

You’ll need a good background
Shoot outside facing the sun so that the light brightens up your shot and isn’t behind you. If you shoot inside, use a room that’s well-lit with lots of natural sunlight or lighting. Make sure the background isn’t cluttered.

Avoid noise
Choose a quiet room and shut down all programs and devices that make sounds. Don’t forget about pets or children that could cause an interruption. Speak directly into the microphone if possible and stand as close to it as possible to get the best audio. Note: You can buy inexpensive lavalier microphones ($10) that pin to your shirt and plug into your phone or tablet.

Frame up the shot
Put your computer’s video camera at eye level. You may need to raise your laptop by placing it on a stack of books. Looking down at the camera will make your chin and neck look disproportionate to your face. Frame yourself in the middle of the screen so that there is not too much space above your head (headroom). Make sure you are looking directly at the camera, not at some other part of the computer screen. Don’t forget to smile!