Post-production work on color correcting and grading is important, especially when you can do post-work, but shading video feeds live and in the moment while streaming or recording is game changing. Utilizing software and hardware based options for real time shading to make your broadcast cameras look their absolute best, and your subjects too, is such a crucial last step for your broadcast. Ranging from correcting skin tones to helping create an atmosphere in worship, live shading lets your cameras show you what they're really made of. We'll talk about the tools needs, how to use them and what to look for when doing live broadcast shading.
Shannon Boyer is the Creative Producer at Generation Church in Jupiter, FL. Starting in Pennsylvania, Shannon has recently made the move down south to the Sunshine State of Florida. After running her wedding photography business for over 10 years, she decided to follow her calling and make the jump into technical production and broadcast in ministry. Taking her years of working with people to capture their most important day, she uses that to transform how she sees the emotional impact of reaching people through the creative lens of broadcast. Holding tech roles with a high focus on broadcast and IMAG, telling the story of the live service, and creating a new view point to those watching from a far is her constantly evolving goal. She enjoys every aspect of working creatively in ministry but most of all loves to connect with people, and about anything. In her spare time, she’s discussing the Marvel Cinematic Universe or talking house plants, or her husband Jeff of 13 years and their two kids.