While creating things for church, much of the time we’re looking at screens: our phone screen, our desktop, our iPads, ProPresenter, a screen in the auditorium. This fact isn’t uncommon to those around us; today, screen time is increasing at a more rapid rate than ever before.
Websites used to be really expensive and labor intensive, what used to cost a church $20,000 now only costs $1000.
Working in the media industry can be challenging for more than one reason, but one thing I’ve found particularly striking is this: while you’re mass-communicating a message that merits being heard so loudly, the medium and methods by which you create these messages in themselves may not seem loud.
How do we create images that are distinct and captivating, and will be unique among the other thousands we look at during our days?
A lot of things around us these days function by trying to grab and then hold our attention. Certainly some of these things deserve our attention more or less than others but that’s us—the viewers’— decision to make.
Let’s get right to it, across Instagram these days, it’s widely understood that people often post hoping to receive high amounts of likes and comments.
n today’s advancing 21st century, media looks like so many different things from the tools with which people use to create it to the different types of media existing, whether that’s print media, social media, digital media, telecommunications, podcasting, etc.
Well it's definitely one of the areas that I've always struggled with. I am terrible with audio when it comes even sound mixing or recording audio on set or anywhere.
Top 3 budget friendly cameras for churches. Do you agree? What did we miss?