A Quick, Inexpensive Way to Shoot a Great Video Greeting for Your Church
By Karl Vaters · April 6, 2018 • For first-time visitors to your church, show them things like how to get to your church, while showing them the perspective of what they would see first, whether it is your church building, or the church's sign.
Video On A Budget: Account for Strengths, Weaknesses of Gear
By Adrian Gates · April 3, 2018 • A mentor once told me that it’s not hard to get Hollywood results on a Hollywood budget. It’s much harder to deliver on limited resources, but it is not impossible.
Getting Started on Streaming: Begin By Building A Strategy
By Tim Dougherty · March 8, 2018 • Before you commence ordering hardware and evaluating services, as a guiding principle, consider taking time to establish a streaming strategy for your deployment.
RUSHWORKS Aims to Define ‘Different’ with NAB Lineup Slated for April
By TD Staff · February 8, 2018 • Each product that will be on-site at the conference will focus on the company’s mission to “Keep It Super Simple,” combining powerful but simple-to-use feature sets and functionality that ensure high-quality production – on an affordable budget.
Learn From The Experience of Others When Choosing A Design
By Tom Noble · February 2, 2018 • It is in our nature to look at other people’s work, to learn and to analyze. Learn by taking tours of other facilities, installing other people’s designs, and even when installing your own designs.
On Third Day of NAB, Video Products Impress
By Andres Caamano · April 28, 2017 • From Blackmagic's new production switcher, to Ross' PTZ camera, and Canon's new telephoto lens, many new products stood out for NAB attendees.
Filmmaking: After Time Spent Interviewing, Editing, Remember Story Is King
By Nathan VonMinden · January 27, 2017 • When I started putting my energy into how to tell the best stories, I was able to see some dramatic results in my preparation, conducting of interviews and editing.
Storytelling: The Foundation of the Church
By Gregory Kayne · August 18, 2016 • As a church tech director, you need to be using video and short films to tell the stories that have been laid on the heart of your church.
What is the Role of A Video Director in A Worship Setting?
By Kirk Denson · May 11, 2016 • Directing a crew to project an image with deference to both the congregation and also remote, broadcast locations is key to the position.
Tips For Shooting Interviews For Your Church
By Nathan VonMinden · April 27, 2016 • When telling a conversion story, I like to tell the part before Christ, then the big thing that made them consider Jesus, then the aftermath.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.