Composure . . .
This is an age of information overload. When it seems like everyone has a camera and a platform one needs to negotiate their own voice. How do you stand out? As someone very interested in documentary I would suggest taking that approach of the storyteller. Take careful thought when using your camera to deliver that story. Anyone can jump around and yell with a camcorder. Consider the possibility of a tight, focused, directed, and intimate shot with the storyteller speaking directly to the audience. I think that you will find that minimal camera movements and well-composed shots will draw a viewer in. It will have a look quite unlike the rapid-paced images that someone is now used to seeing.