Team Development: Continue to Develop Your Craft, Focus on What’s Important
By Nathan VonMinden · August 2, 2017 • When seeking for ways to help grow your team, be aware of certain "what not to do" pitfalls, beginning with expecting your team members to work on improving in their craft on their own.
Video Production for Your Church: Don’t Forget the ‘Why’
By Brent Mann · July 21, 2017 • In particular, testimony videos work so well, because they grab the "why" and the emotional aspect of what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
Storytelling: Show Off the Life-Changing Power of the Gospel
By Micah Ogle · June 13, 2017 • Nothing is worse than showing up to an interview for a testimony video, for example, with someone you’ve never met, and sitting down for two hours to try and find a decent story to share.
Video Editing Software: Premiere or Final Cut Pro X?
By Seth Piper · May 9, 2017 • In recent years, Adobe has really put some work into making Premiere one of the best editors around, while Apple moved ahead with Final Cut Pro X.
Want To Become A Video Savant? 3 Essential Codecs To Know
By Luke McElroy · May 8, 2017 • When wanting to unlock greater performance and increased efficiency on file size, becoming familiar with H.264, ProRes and DXV are integral.
Video Cameras Guide: Don’t Miss Out On Upgrades
By TD Staff · April 26, 2017 • Advanced camera features are being packaged into user-friendly prosumer systems all the time — new HD and 4K cameras with auto-zoom and auto-focus capabilities.
5 Apps for Filmmakers (That Aren’t Editing Software)
By Seth Piper · February 14, 2017 • For those who work on film on a regular basis as part of their job, software choices still go well beyond just those that help with film editing.
Filmmaking: Preproduction - Save Time, Money and Sanity
By Jim Sippel · February 1, 2017 • Every hour spent in preproduction can end up saving one around two hours in production and three hours in post production time.
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.
Filmmaking for Worship: From Development to Distribution
By Ralph Hicks · January 25, 2017 • As a filmmaker, be sure to ask questions as to what is meant to be taken away from each scene.
Filmmaking: Smartphones Do Have A Place
By Eric Bramlett · January 24, 2017 • The quick turnaround and instant connection that social media outlets provide cannot be ignored when thinking about how to use smartphones for filmmaking.
Filmmaking: Seek Inspiration and Improvement
By Seth Piper · January 16, 2017 • When you're working on producing content in a church setting, you'll often end up doing most of the work; this is a great opportunity to teach yourself new skills.
Filmmaking: Learning How to First Build Your Story
By Brent Mann · January 11, 2017 • Even with the best idea for a film, if the story behind that idea doesn’t touch your audience, well, that idea is lost and your story ruined it.
Filmmaking for Churches: How to Best Incorporate Video
By Taylor Shanton · January 5, 2017 • Working on filmmaking for churches is important, because it connects the story that we have as followers of Christ with the emotion that drives people to action.
Most Interesting Worship Tech Director Articles for 2016, Part 5
By Andres Caamano · December 30, 2016 • Take a few moments to read (if you've yet to do so) a few of the best articles among those submitted by more than 40 writers during 2016, in the view of Site Editor Andres Caamano.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, July-August 2017
The July-August 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Texas church and Colorado church, with regard to recent work completed at each facility.