A COVID video designed to keep the church together during Easter week. This was our Maundy Thursday service to start the Holy weekend. Equipment: shot with a Canon 70D using a 28-135mm lens. Video compiled in Adobe Premiere Pro, graphics and text added with Adobe After Effects. Music bed is an original composition by one of our church members. Technique: basic eye level to low angle shots to simulate “eye witness” perspective. Some scenes shot into the late afternoon sun for “in camera” lens flares. Challenges: With this Easter Event at the beginning of COVID-19 related lock-down, the challenge was…
A promo and series introduction made primarily in After effects and photoshop.
This was part of a series of interviews we did around aspects of the prodigal son story. We used 2 Sony FS5 MK IIs and an eye direct on our main camera to give it a more personal feel.
This is one of a series of interviews we did based around different aspects of the prodigal son. We shot these with 2 Sony FS5 MK IIs, utilizing an eye direct on our main camera to give it a more personal feel.
In this video one of our congregation members, Adam, shares his testimony. We played this during our Easter service in 2019. As a one man team, it is challenging to balance the many roles required to produce a video — While still interacting with, and paying attention to the talent.
Every member at First Bible Church knows about the 3Gs: Gather (in corporate worship), Grow (in community groups), and Go (in service of the gospel). Periodically we choose a Go ministry to highlight for two reasons: to update the church about a particular ministry, and to encourage church members to get personally involved in the spread of the gospel. Shot on the Sony a7sii and Rode Pro microphone, this Go spotlight short film showcases the local ministry efforts of the Neighborhood Christian Center (NCC). The film utilizes a straightforward documentary style of storytelling, with a mix of natural and studio…
I was sent to Bethlehem by my church to explore the unique perspective of Palestinian Christians. They offer a way forward, and are pro-israeli AND pro-palestinian. It’s a quick look at history, context, geography and justice, shot and edited with a one-person crew. Canon 7d mii, with a 35mm sigma prime lense, an 18-135mm and a 50mm prime. We stayed at the Bethlehem Bible College and almost had all our footage confiscated by Israeli soldiers.
– a Grace Bible Church film – Written by: Kurt Moucha Director & Director of Photography: Zach Blackburn Editor & Special FX: Zach Blackburn Camera Operator & Drone Operator: Dave Daniels and Zach Blackburn Starring: Zeeke Griffin, Carrie Sanders, and Volunteer
This video was part 3 of a series of bumpers about our church history.