Worship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.
View the Christmas video here.
In this 11:32 video, it took four days for Brent Mann, the Media Director at Highland Village Church in Bloomington, Indiana, to handle filming, along with a number of hours of editing.
The equipment used during this filming featured a Panasonic LUMIX GH5 camera, attached to a AtomOS Inferno recording monitor to get the best quality possible.
What was spent to complete the film project was less than $500. All the props, locations, and actors were donated or from the church.
The person who served as the main actor in the film was actually a high level manger for an electrical company in the area.
For smaller or medium churches, such a project is certainly possible, as Highland Village runs at around 230 people, and was able to complete such a project.
A Guide into PTZ Cameras, 5 Brands Worth A Closer Look (Part 3)
By David Leuschner · February 5, 2018 •
The next time you see a camera during a service, don't think of it as a distraction. See them as missionaries, carrying the gospel to the entire world.
Churches Should Look to Cast A Larger Social Media Net
By Tim Dougherty · January 26, 2018 •
Just putting a video stream out into the wild, can add up to where an initiative may never reach its potential and may even fail completely.
Service Planning: Look to the Ancient Church for Inspiration, Direction
By David Erlandson · January 25, 2018 •
By looking at the rest of the church calendar, we have an opportunity to extend that creativity to other weeks beyond Easter and Christmas.
7 Tips for Creating An Engaging Worship Space
By Duke DeJong · January 2, 2018 •
People expect some thought, character, and multimedia to show up in worship spaces today, but that doesn't need to add up to just spending lots of money as a solution.
Most Read Worship Tech Director Article in 2017 Worth Second Look
By Andres Caamano · December 29, 2017 •
Among the many pieces by nearly 60 writers this year on Worship Tech Director, this piece by Jeff Snyder on in-ear monitors was the most read piece on the site.
A Short Christmas Film
By TD Staff · December 20, 2017 •
Over the span of four days, a short Christmas film was completed with equipment including a Panasonic LUMIX GH5 camera and AtomOS Inferno recording monitor.
Volunteers and Audio: Working With Digital Consoles, Virtual Soundcheck
By Debbie Keough · December 7, 2017 •
One of the best gifts of the digital age is many of today’s digital audio consoles have a process for multitrack recording the band from stage, and recording it to a local computer.
Service Planning Tools That Fit Within Your Church’s Budget
By Kirk Denson · December 6, 2017 •
The resources available today have dramatically advanced just about every aspect of worship service planning in recent years.
Intentional Lighting: From Cues to Color Theory
By Mike Sessler · November 23, 2017 •
One of the best things you can do as a lighting director (or technical director who programs lights) is learn color theory. Different colors make you feel different things.
Upgrade Planning: Make the Right Choice for the Greatest Impact for the Gospel
By Marcus Hammond · November 10, 2017 •
Gear will fail at some point, and churches constantly face the scenario of having to decide between repair versus replace.