Phan recommends that you “keep the laptop or device directly in front of you at eye level.
Also, don’t position the camera too close, but make sure it is far enough away to reduce the fisheye lens effect.” If you want to get serious about it, skip the webcam altogether and connect a separate camera to your laptop, propped up by a tripod or stand.3.
And even compact laptops tend be positioned below our faces." class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm" data-type="text" data-reactid="19"2. Our default position for most smartphones is to hold them below our faces at all times, as if we were checking email or playing Candy Crush.
And even compact laptops tend be positioned below our faces.
But that angling can indirectly make you look like you have a double chin.
Or even worse, show off the insides of your nostrils.
Phan, however, has some solid advice for anyone in a time crunch.