We'd love to see you!

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We'd love to see you!

Hello all!


Here at Cancer Council, we're looking at putting together a video or even a series of videos, that show how people are using our programs and services such as our Online Community, despite everything else that is happening in the world around us. How we're finding ways to reach out, share stories, seek support and keep each other going. In doing so, we'll be able to support even more people.


What we'd love to see is some photos or even videos, of you using the Cancer Council Online Community. You don’t need to say anything, it can even be silent like in this video as it will be set to music. However, if you're feeling up to it, we'd love to hear you speak about how you found us and what it has meant for you to be able to chat here with others.


Maybe ask a family member to take a photo or record you, or you may like to take a selfie! If you're not comfortable showing your face, have them take it from behind, looking over your shoulder.


Here are some tips to taking a great photo or video:

  • Wear solid colours or prints.
  • The best light can be found near big windows or other softly glowing sources.
  • Choose a backdrop that isn't too busy, but still has some texture to it.
  • If you need to be near a wall, consider one that isn't plain white and don't stand too close to it.

What's the best way to send my video or photo?

  • If you've got a photo, you can upload them here in this post and share them.
  • Or use www.WeTransfer.com, to send us your files - use our email address: onlinecommunity@nswcc.org.au and just follow the prompts, it's that easy. This way there's no issue with sending large files.

If you're happy to share a video, a good length is 30-60 seconds.


We can't wait to see what you create!



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