Planned vs. On-The-Fly Directing
Hear from Rusty Anderson as he shares his experience on effectively video directing in worship, focusing on the balance between pre-planned shots and real-time decision making.
Point of View (POV) Cameras
Delve into why Point of View (POV) cameras are becoming more and more popular due to their affordability and versatility, allowing for placement in tight spots like drum cages or on your keys rig.
Continual Training For Camera Ops
Training is a huge component of being able to execute a service each weekend, especially for video volunteers.
Language on Comms
Rusty Anderson talks about the importance of communication over comms and the role it plays in video directing.
Where To Position Your Cameras
Explore camera placement and angles for effective storytelling in various scenarios.
How To Create Energy With Pacing
Energy in a video cut can come from multiple places. Whether that’s a moving camera, sliders, or pans, they often need to be accompanied with good pacing to get the most out of the shot. Rusty talks through practical ways to implement good pacing, even if you feel you don’t have good instincts behind the console yet. These ideas can help you improve your directing immediately!