Lighting Breakouts

What Makes a Great Lighting Design

Description

Alex talks us through how he approaches design: making sure you choose the right fixtures, positioning those fixtures correctly, and adding layers to give you more options and greater flexibility in your space.

Taught by: Alex Fuller

Color Theory

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Complimentary colors. Color temperature. Color mixing. The use of color is fundamental to how lighting is used in the setting of the local church and we will unpack some practical ways to use color in our services and cover important color properties of white light as well.

Taught by: Wendy Luedtke

Lighting Styles: Pre-Programmed vs Busking

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While preprogramming seems to be the goal (and it will make your event look better), not everyone has the ability to do that. Alex shares simple tools and ideas to help set up your console in order to give you flexibility and make busking a good option.

Taught by: Alex Fuller

Lighting for Live Video

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With many churches projecting on large screens, broadcasting online, or simulcasting to multiple campuses, making the services look great for video is super important. It doesn’t matter how great your cameras are if you aren’t lighting what’s on the platform well. This class covers some of the most important basics that everyone must know, regardless of the size of your church!

Taught by: Chris Thomas

Lighting: Working with Small Budgets to Deliver Big Budget Looks

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The fundamentals of lighting design are the same no matter what budget you are working with, in this breakout however we talk about the rooms and resources available to create those big budget looks on a tight budget.

Taught by: Chris Eguizabal

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