At Adventure Church we strive for excellence in everything that we do. Our production team is no exception to that! Our team is full of extremely gifted and skilled individuals and we could not do church without each and everyone of you.
I realize that as our church and our teams continue to grow so does our training and understanding of how we create excellence and consistency across everything that we do.
Transitioning Between Camera Angles
We use cuts for all transitions. There should never be a time where a crossfade is used to switch angles.
Tight Follow Shot
This should be the main Shot. This is slightly above waist and up. There should not be more than 4-6 inches of headroom.
Medium Wide Static Shot
This shot is either ankle up or slightly below the knee up with 4-6 inches of headroom. It’s important to go to this shot when we have Lower Thirds on the screen. That way the lower third is not covering the majority of the speakers body
This shot should have an even amount of space on top and bottom and is a wide shot of the room typically covering side-side of the stage. This shot should mainly be used during transitions on stage or when a speaker is about to go outside the medium wide shot.