I’m a worship leader. I like to watch videos that were recorded during live worship recordings. More and more of these seem to be done because technology has made it easy. So, why not video the recording too? It seems that every church large enough to do a worship album also has the equipment to […]Read More Live Worship Videos: Amateur vs Professional
Jonathan Malm from ChurchStageDesignIdeas.com showed me this new app this past weekend called Shift. It’s a well spent $6. I can take any photo on my phone, add effects, textures, and even video motion overlays. In the past 5 years, I have used all different screen resolutions at the church. Some were as wide as […]Read More Newest Tool in the Media Toolbox FOR JUST $6
There are a few basic principles to keep in mind when taking on the role of producer. I play the role of producer in my production company. I produce a handful of television programs broadcast on various platforms domestically and abroad. But in a sense, I also play the role of producer in my responsibilities […]Read More 5 Things to Remember when Playing Producer
My friend came up to the office the other day to help me with some Spanish translation work. Even though we have been friends for over a decade, he wasn’t really sure what I did. At one point he said, “Josh, what do you do all day?” While the answer is never the same, I […]Read More What Do You Do All Day?
I’m currently working on my masters degree from one of the nations best schools for communication – Regent University in Virginia Beach. In one of my current courses, I learned something new: YouTube has a fairly good non-linear editing program that is FREE. For those of you who aren’t very experienced in video editing, that’s […]Read More Non-Linear editing . . . ON YouTube