Posts under Production

31 Mar 2014

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In a previous post, we discussed the importance of being intentional with lighting when it comes to your video shoots. In this follow up post, I’d like to take a bit of time to discuss more in-depth what sort of tools we use here at GCC when it comes to lighting our film productions. Before […]

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04 Mar 2014

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Here at Granger Community Church, we have spent the past several months upgrading our lighting, video, and camera systems.  One of the questions I was asked during this process was why are we upgrading?  I generally look at upgrading when one or both of these factors come into play: 1) When the cost to upkeep […]

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13 Feb 2014

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If you’ve executed any sort of musical art on stage, you’ve certainly experienced the stress, anxiety, and utter panic that is induced by things not going as planned. Whether it’s a pianist who’s started a song in the wrong key, a guitarist who’s broken an essential string for the upcoming solo, a vocalist who just […]

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09 Feb 2013

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The use of haze is a relatively new option for most churches.  So why use it? Haze allows people in your room to see the beams of the stage lighting.  This helps everyone in the room because it creates a more consistent experience for every seat in your room.  In most instances the front row sees […]

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09 Feb 2013

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At Granger we are really intentional about creating space for our attenders to connect.  Often that happens before service in the atriums at our campuses.  The environment is designed in a way that encourages conversation in a comfortable seat over a warm drink.  Over time, though, we’ve found that we’ve been a bit too successful […]

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