Camera Best Practices for Live and Streaming

by | Streaming, Video, Webinars & Podcasts

Worship Facility editor Gene Lass and Ethan Manuel, Broadcast Campus Director at Christ Fellowship Miami, discuss the best practices to capture video for your live and streaming worship services. Takeaways include:

  • Use of lighting
  • Multi-camera techniques
  • Framing
  • Shot sequencing
  • Know your gear
  • Working with a floor director
  • Use of negative space and leading room

Note: For your convenience, a link to the video will be emailed to all registrants, enabling you to watch the video at any time, as many times as you’d like. There will be no simulated live playback session.

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