The Unnecessary Strain of Originality in Filmmaking
By Greg Stovell · August 19, 2016 • As part of a creative church staff with no ties to Hollywood's connections or deep pockets, how can one replicate those famously memorable moments for our church?
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.
Filmmaking for the Church
By Daniel Beard · August 11, 2016 • Camera and lighting are important aspects of filmmaking, but even more important is the audio.
Tips for the Novice Filmmaker
By Jennifer Johnson · August 9, 2016 • Filmmaking gives you a chance to involve members of your congregation in what you are actively doing to support the ministry of the church.
Telling the Greatest Story Ever Told: As Filmmakers, We Must Own It
By Eric Bramlett · August 5, 2016 • As a filmmaker, we prepare our work on laptops and hard drives to where it eventually makes its way to the screens in our worship services.
Final Cut Pro X Tips for Small Teams
By Chris New · May 24, 2016 • A few options are available for those on a nonprofit budget when looking to get the most out of Final Cut Pro X.
WFX REACH Raleigh Kicks Off Solid Two-Day Conference
By Andres Caamano · May 17, 2016 • More than 300 attendees spent two full days at Crossroads Fellowship in Raleigh learning during a mix of workshops and exhibits, paired with worship.
Steps Every Video Director Should Take
By Eric Bramlett · May 16, 2016 • Video directing is a great way to tell stories in church settings, and with adequate preparation, can be very gratifying.
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.
WFX15: Recording Live Video For Everyone
By TD Staff · April 13, 2016 • The goal of this workshop was to provide a working knowledge of camera and crew and to explore the various shots necessary to capture a live event for audio, video, and lights.
Brent Mann: Why Should Churches Use Video?
By Brent Mann · March 30, 2016 • We need the preached Word of God, but also coupled with that, we need parables to communicate to the audience.
To The Budding Church Filmmaker
By Nathan VonMinden · March 15, 2016 • There are a few things I have learned over the last decade to help make films better and be an exciting use of our resources.
Saying Goodbye to Your Baby
By Eric Bramlett · March 8, 2016 • Good editing means not only taking away things that you don’t like. It also means taking away things that you do like.
Featured Product: Blackmagic Studio Camera
By TD Staff · November 3, 2014 • New Product Award winner, the Blackmagic Studio Camera is designed specifically for live production and is available in HD and Ultra HD models.
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.