EPISODE 104: 5 Tips for Shooting Video Announcements at Your Church with Jonathan Drake (Part One)

Shooting Video Announcements


Show Notes

This week we welcome a member of our production team on the show. Jonathan Drake shoots all of our Video Announcements and through his own production company JDrake Productions has produced an incredible list video and graphic design projects. An incredible shooter, editor, designer, producer – Jonathan and Carl are going to give you 5 tips for shooting your own video announcements at your church.

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