Maximizing Your Lighting for Live and Streamed Worship

by | Mar 1, 2021 | AVL Projects, Lighting, Podcasts, Production

Many churches today have finally embraced live streaming their worship services to better connect with their congregations. But how many of us are still struggling with knowing how to best light the service for both live stream and in-person viewing? Ricky Perinchief and Michelle Makariak discuss how lighting for both is different and how to find a balance between the two. They’ll also share what the most important aspect of lighting for worship is before you purchase equipment and how to find the right equipment for any budget.

Meet Michelle And Ricky

Michelle Makariak

Michelle is the Editor-in-Chief of Technologies for Worship Magazine, an educational resource for houses of worship covering all things tech– consumable by volunteers, staff members and leadership alike.

Ricky Perinchief

Ricky is a 2-time Emmy® winner with 20 years in broadcast TV, consulting & systems integration. He also oversees technology for his father at NOW Church in Ocala, FL. His company, Proton Global, is committed to helping ministries of all sizes achieve technical excellence.

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