Working in the intersection of ministry and technology presents it’s own unique challenges.
Budget constraints, subjective decision making, lack of knowledge, the live environment of Sunday morning, etc.
This can be daunting for even the most seasoned tech professional. Whether it’s sound systems, video cameras, presentation software, or social media tools, something is bound to go wrong.
And 99% of the time it just a glitch that you have zero control over. But where does everyone look when the speakers squeak or the monitors go blank?
You guessed it. Right to the back of the room where the techs like you are feverishly working to identify and solve the problem.
Well, ChurchMag Press is releasing a brand new title today focused on church video.
Church Video School
Introducing Church Video School by Paul Clifford, a veteran of church video ministry, a 90-day course that walks through brief daily lessons and trains you on church video best practices.
Maybe your church knows that video is a great way to communicate, but doesn’t know where to start. Or maybe your church uses video on a weekly basis, but needs to improve. In each of the 90 lessons, Paul will lead you from novice to leader and equip you with the insight and tools to make a difference.
While you can read the book straight through, Church Video School is broken down into easily consumable sound bites so that anyone can learn about church video in just a few minutes a day.
- Choosing a camera
- Picking the right microphone for the shoot
- Choosing editing software
- The stages of production
- Rules of composition
- Lighting with professional fixtures
- Training Volunteers
- Using a waveform and vectorscope
- Choosing a studio space
- and more!
Church Video School is jam packed with valuable material that beginners can learn from and seasoned pros can use as a reference.
Buy Church Video School today and begin your journey to implementing best practices.
What do you want to learn about video?
How does your church use video?
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