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Set Design: Work to Design With Repetitive Elements
By Steven Hall · March 28, 2018 • One of the beauties of a repetitive set design is that you can create one hundred copies of the same thing. It is much easier to create a single item one hundred times, than to create one hundred items that are individually different.

Easter Production: Dream, Then Find Solutions to Limitations
By Steven Hall · February 27, 2018 • Trim away what you can related to your production plans, while not getting away from the core concept. You want to keep the essence of your plan, but don’t be tied to the execution.

Lighting Control: What to Know About 3 Protocols
By Steven Hall · February 2, 2018 • In the world of lighting control, there are quite a few different control protocols and systems. Many of them however, take a huge influence from the DMX protocol.

Set Design: Begin with Goals, Decide Between Off-The-Shelf or DIY, Then Build
By Steven Hall · August 10, 2017 • Good set design is only as good as the lighting on it. Sometimes all a set needs is white light, other times a color wash is the best fit.

Role of a Lighting Director: Create, Support Atmosphere for Worship
By Steven Hall · June 23, 2017 • As lighting directors, involving others will help you grow relationships that will make what you accomplish as part of the church's tech team to be even more special.

Lighting Design: The Basics Behind Which Fixtures Support the Best Visuals
By Steven Hall · May 16, 2017 • Among the different types of lights available to you, the most important aspect to nearly every design I complete is the back light.

The Ins, Outs of LED Tape
By Steven Hall · April 21, 2017 • Able to be bent, installed, and shaped to create truly stunning works of stage art, each respective LED light allows the tape to blend and disappear into a set, if desired.

Easter Production: Plan and Communicate Well
By Steven Hall · February 13, 2017 • Look to communicate early and often, so that it is a team effort and everyone is responsible for communicating, if something is unclear.

Paying Attention to Safety in Stage Design
By Steven Hall · November 9, 2016 • It’s best for anyone involved in rigging to have some formal training. If not that, at least some informal training from an experienced rigger is recommended.

With Set Design, Work to Instill the Church’s Message
By Steven Hall · September 27, 2016 • See through your congregation's eyes when deciding on what set designs will work best in your church's worship space.

When Using LED Lighting For Your Church, Aim For Authenticity
By Steven Hall · August 30, 2016 • When deciding on the right LED lights, color rendering should be a primary concern.

Looking at How to Best Create Abstract Set Designs
By Steven Hall · June 28, 2016 • With numerous ways to design sets, many can be created using simple materials found at your local hardware store.

As an Irreplaceable Tool, Environmental Projection Helpful For Churches
By Steven Hall · May 3, 2016 • EP can be a great fit in a church where the atmosphere needs to change toward a more traditional look on a weekly basis.

Learning the Basics Behind Lighting for Worship
By Steven Hall · March 2, 2016 • To become successful at lighting, one should not be afraid of experimentation.

 Author Search: Steven Hall

Set Design: Work to Design With Repetitive Elements
By Steven Hall · March 28, 2018 • One of the beauties of a repetitive set design is that you can create one hundred copies of the same thing. It is much easier to create a single item one hundred times, than to create one hundred items that are individually different.

Easter Production: Dream, Then Find Solutions to Limitations
By Steven Hall · February 27, 2018 • Trim away what you can related to your production plans, while not getting away from the core concept. You want to keep the essence of your plan, but don’t be tied to the execution.

Lighting Control: What to Know About 3 Protocols
By Steven Hall · February 2, 2018 • In the world of lighting control, there are quite a few different control protocols and systems. Many of them however, take a huge influence from the DMX protocol.

Set Design: Begin with Goals, Decide Between Off-The-Shelf or DIY, Then Build
By Steven Hall · August 10, 2017 • Good set design is only as good as the lighting on it. Sometimes all a set needs is white light, other times a color wash is the best fit.

Role of a Lighting Director: Create, Support Atmosphere for Worship
By Steven Hall · June 23, 2017 • As lighting directors, involving others will help you grow relationships that will make what you accomplish as part of the church's tech team to be even more special.

Lighting Design: The Basics Behind Which Fixtures Support the Best Visuals
By Steven Hall · May 16, 2017 • Among the different types of lights available to you, the most important aspect to nearly every design I complete is the back light.

The Ins, Outs of LED Tape
By Steven Hall · April 21, 2017 • Able to be bent, installed, and shaped to create truly stunning works of stage art, each respective LED light allows the tape to blend and disappear into a set, if desired.

Easter Production: Plan and Communicate Well
By Steven Hall · February 13, 2017 • Look to communicate early and often, so that it is a team effort and everyone is responsible for communicating, if something is unclear.

Paying Attention to Safety in Stage Design
By Steven Hall · November 9, 2016 • It’s best for anyone involved in rigging to have some formal training. If not that, at least some informal training from an experienced rigger is recommended.

With Set Design, Work to Instill the Church’s Message
By Steven Hall · September 27, 2016 • See through your congregation's eyes when deciding on what set designs will work best in your church's worship space.

When Using LED Lighting For Your Church, Aim For Authenticity
By Steven Hall · August 30, 2016 • When deciding on the right LED lights, color rendering should be a primary concern.

Looking at How to Best Create Abstract Set Designs
By Steven Hall · June 28, 2016 • With numerous ways to design sets, many can be created using simple materials found at your local hardware store.

As an Irreplaceable Tool, Environmental Projection Helpful For Churches
By Steven Hall · May 3, 2016 • EP can be a great fit in a church where the atmosphere needs to change toward a more traditional look on a weekly basis.

Learning the Basics Behind Lighting for Worship
By Steven Hall · March 2, 2016 • To become successful at lighting, one should not be afraid of experimentation.

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