Visual Arts

Environmental Projection: Tips On How To Implement It Best
By Luke McElroy · October 18, 2017 • As someone who has seen a number of EP pictures, and one who has personally set up EP more than 40 times, I have learned a few tips and tricks to avoid the most common oversights.

A Glimpse Into WFX 2017
By TD Staff · October 17, 2017 • Take a few moments to see a recap video of the WFX Conference & Expo, which was held in Dallas, from October 10-12.

1,273 Days In The Life of Environmental Projection
By Tim Ottley · October 13, 2017 • It takes deliberate effort and well planned and executed content to redirect that production – to become an environment for worship.

Environmental Projection: Take Your Congregation To New Places
By Kevin Penrod · October 12, 2017 • A great solution for churches seeking to bring back some intimacy into their space is the tool of environmental projection.

Environmental Projection: Getting It Done Without Projectors
By Chris Tall · October 11, 2017 • Besides lighting your team well with front and back light so that they are seen and have depth, the cohesive look of a set or environment behind them now puts them in a space that has depth.

5 Tips For Filming Stories For The Christmas Season
By Nathan VonMinden · October 5, 2017 • Start by collaborating with your teaching pastor, and if your pastor has his series or topics done, take a look at that first, or ask questions to get some direction on what kind of story could be produced.

Environmental Projection: The Basics Behind What A Church Needs
By Brent Mann · October 4, 2017 • If you’re looking to implement environmental projection in your church, you are probably going to need to spend around $10,000 to do so, with the goal of doing it well.

5 Rules for Making Church Websites Interactive
By Adrian Gates · September 26, 2017 • Ultimately for a church, the goal must be a deeper relationship with Jesus through better connection to the body.

For Christmas Productions, Plan, Work as a Team, Look to a Vision and Mission
By David Erlandson · September 12, 2017 • What is the purpose of your church’s Christmas program? Maybe it’s an outreach to your community. Perhaps it’s a creative outlet for your arts teams or part of a long-standing tradition.

Finding Your Lighting Console: Where to Start
By Greg Saffles · September 8, 2017 • Each church is different, and has different needs as it relates to lighting. Fortunately, the market has responded with a variety of consoles for each unique situation.

Christmas Production: Using Story Structure in Tech to Create the Best Experience
By Keri Rafter · September 5, 2017 • We need to be asking, does tech in services enhance enough, to support the message? Does it improve the service and help more people discover your church?

Lighting Consoles Guide: Shedding Light On Choices
By TD Staff · August 28, 2017 • Learn about a half-dozen options that are particularly scalable, beginning with personal computer operability, all the way up to multiuniverse, full-size lighting consoles.

Has LED Defeated Arc Source?
By Charlie Pike · August 24, 2017 • LED sources are better than discharge fixtures in practically every measure now, with the obvious being power consumption.

Cameras for IMAG: Define Goals, Needs of System Through Research
By Jeff Snyder · August 23, 2017 • If you intend to use the live output of a camera for IMAG, you need to make sure that you can properly and efficiently get the signal to the video switcher.

Church Achieves ‘Beauty for Ashes’ With Transformative AVL Install
By Andres Caamano · August 15, 2017 • Six-month project at Washington church comprised of Hitachi projectors, Chroma-Q houselights, CHAUVET Professional production lighting, L-Acoustics speakers, and a High End Systems HedgeHog 4 lighting console.

Latest Resource

Worship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.

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