This series of webinars is for anyone from churches and/or other Christian organisations who create videos that are published online.
You don’t need any experience of creating video content to attend… just a willingness to learn. There will be opportunity to ask relevant questions and contribute to the discussion.
The webinars are free, but please book your place to receive a confirmation email with a link to access the Zoom details you will need to attend.
Any queries? Email email@example.com
Looking forward to seeing you there!
What To Say
Thursday 4th Feb | 10-11am
This session will be led by Hayley Young, Regional Minister with the South Wales Baptist Association who will share her learning experience of ‘what to say’ and ‘how to say it’ when creating online video content.
Hayley will help us think about who our audience are, the style, pace and length of our video, how to hold the audience’s attention and invite positive engagement.
This event has now happened, but you can watch the recording here.
How To Film
Thursday 11th Feb | 10-11am
This session will be led by Andy Thomas, creator and Director of The Fuelcast who have many years experience in filming and releasing short online devotions. Take a look at The Fuelcast’s work here – thefuelcast.com
Andy will help us think about setting, composition, lighting, camera angles and audio. Then he and Carl Smethurst (Regional Minister, South West Baptist Association) will highlight some affordable basic kit that can make a huge difference to the quality of your filming.
FREE but booking required. Please book here.
How To Edit
Thursday 18th Feb | 10-11am
This session will be led by Hannah Fleming-Hill, Digital Missioner and Carl Smethurst, Regional Minister, both from the South West Baptist Association who will share their experience of editing videos for publishing online using free-to-use editing software available to everyone.
Hannah will demonstrate video editing using iMovie for Mac users and Carl will demonstrate Windows Movie Maker. This will be an introduction to basic video editing skills for beginners although we may point to online tutorials for those who wish to learn more advanced techniques.
FREE but book required. Please book here.