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Worship From Home with Real Life Church

Spiritual church services have been around for many millennia, and that still holds true today. In the past, it was standard for families to have a slow and relaxed Saturday evening. This allowed them to be rested and refreshed for Sunday morning church services. However, the increasingly busy schedules of... read more

Creating Exciting VOD Content

This past year churches have become much better at providing live video content. I’ve had the opportunity to coach a number of churches through this journey. We figured out how to set up a ring light, plug in a decent mic and make eye contact with the camera. Well done... read more

Directing For IMAG

IMAG, or image magnification, uses cameras, projectors and screens to enlarge an image of the stage at a live experience to give the audience a better view. My setting is a church, so that is how I will frame this talk. But these principles are transferable to any live event... read more

6 Steps to a Great Church Video

People love video. If your church communication does not contain video, you need to start considering how to add it to your mix. But it’s difficult! Writing is simple compared to good photography but video adds even more complexity that’s very difficult to master. In order to shoot and edit... read more

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Giving Clear Feedback

Problem: Giving feedback can be a murky experience. Especially if the project is subjective and involves creativity. It usually isn’t clear how important or weighted each piece of feedback has. This can cause confusion and frustration for the person giving and the person receiving the feedback. Solution: Developing clear and... read more

Top 5 Camera Gear Needs for Churches

As you look to record and capture the stories and messages of your church there are some key pieces of gear you need to consider having in your arsenal. Now I am going to assume you have already selected your camera. 1. EXCELLENT 3 POINT LIGHTING Lighting is key to... read more