I just published my first article as a featured writer in a great online publication, christianmediamagazine.com. There are a lot of talented folks writing for this magazine, and there are many articles that can benefit anyone with any involvement with church media.
The foundational principle for video directors is to support and enhance the viewer’s experience without calling attention to what they are doing. Here are some sure fire ways disrupt the smooth flow of content from the source to the viewer:
1. Using “special effects” type transitions.
Video is becoming more and more a part of worship services and church ministry in general. Often the video which is acquired during the service must serve several purposes, and that fact will sometimes mandate some compromises, especially when multiple cameras are involved. Whether you are already into multiple camera origination or just considering, I thought it might be helpful to look at these situations and see how some churches are dealing with them. Continue reading Multiple Cameras in a Church Service