520 – Video Tips from the Pros

WELSTech continues a month-long focus on video for church and school as we add Steve & Beth Zambo to the conversation. They share helpful ideas about storytelling, interview techniques, “B” roll footage and more. Martin encourages you to clean up your computer desktop while Sallie is all in for Reformation 500. Plus, we are excited to play some audio encouragement regarding video from our friend Philip Wels!

The interview and discussion:

Reunited – The Zambos (Steve & Beth) join the show to offer video tips and tricks. Steve is the president of Salty Earth Pictures and Professor of Digital Cinema & Media at Wisconsin Lutheran College, while Beth works for WELS Christian Aid & Relief. Their years of experience will help the rest of us up our video game and perhaps encourage us to make video a bigger part of our ministries.

News in tech:

WELS now:

  • Interactive Faith online Bible Study – Luther’s Lasting Impact – Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Prof. Joel Otto will lead the study on Wednesday’s now through November 8 at 6 pm and 8 pm (central).
  • Join the conversation at the Gospel Outreach with Media (gowm.org) online conference, now through November 13

Picks of the week:

  • Luther’s Protest: From 95 Theses to Reformation by John Braun
  • Reformation bookmarks to color from the Michigan district of LCMS
  • Zapier

Ministry resources:

More Favorite Productivity Tips: Cleaning Up Your Desktop

Community feedback:

Featured video:

Sallie’s going all in with the Reformation theme and two new Presentation/Teaching videos. First up is The Story of Martin Luther (Playmobil Animation).

And then, the companion Behind the Scenes of the Martin Luther Playmobil Animation, for those interested in making a video along these lines.

Coming up on WELSTech:

Episode 521 – Join us for a WELSTech Reformation 500 celebration and a bit of sunshine from our friend Jason Schmidt as we discuss school video production. Release date: Wednesday, November 1.

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