While enjoying a great lunch with our Children's Ministries Director and Assistant, we discussed the idea of doing a Father's Day video featuring our kids sharing what they liked doing with their dads and why they liked talking with them.
Last week, we began production on the video and I have to say that my eyes were certainly bigger than my stomach. I have always been ambitious in some of the projects I have worked on, but this might have been a little too ambitious.
I am partnering with Dillon W. Brown, a friend and graduate of the famed USC School of Cinematic Arts in this Father's Day production. We set up a backdrop, lights, sound and a small bench. For some larger churches, this would probably not be a big deal as they typically have all the equipment as well as a studio, but for us, that was not the case.
We took over part of our Multi-Purpose Room and left the production set up for two weeks. Here's a list of what was used:
The video is currently in post production right now and will be shown on Father's Day, but here are a couple of pics taken of the setup before we started the interviews.
With each setup we learn something new, and we are excited about where this level of production will take us and the church.
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