Every month, I am inspired greatly by the photos that you send in!
This month is no different, and I think the photos show that well. I really love how you guys send in photos from all levels of lighting skill.
Whether you’re just starting out or have been doing lighting for years, be inspired by the photos today – I think you’ll enjoy them!
Michael shared with us some recent pictures from his church:
“Here are a few pix of our (low budget) worship setup. We are using 4 traditional Source 4’s with Frost diffusing gels for basic lighting.
Two other Source 4’s have gobos and colored gels that we shoot off the wall.
We use two fresnels and a PAR (backlight) for video lighting on the pulpit. Two additional PARS add color to the drummer. (They need to be upgraded to brighter bulbs) We also use a few hardware store “clamp lights” with colored gels over them to add a little more color behind the amps.”
Reyje wrote in with his pictures from different events at his church in the Philippines.
“The gear that I used is:
Timothy writes in with an update to his church’s lighting and set:
“Last month in our worship night emphasis was on the stage backdrop made out of cardboard boxes which had the theme for the night.
I used (2) 100w bulbs to illuminate it and my blue fluorescent tube and two flood lights for my lead and background vocals.”
Ronnie wrote in from Rwanda
with a few pictures of events for both the church and concert world.
Though I’m not sure exactly what fixtures he’s using, he’s programming with a Avolites Pearl Console. Thanks for sharing!
Update to Dennis’s Band Rig
Dennis, a reader I had previously corresponded with, wrote in with an update to his band’s lighting rig, now controlled by Chauvet ShowXpress.
“David, just a note to let you know this weekend I used the Chauvet ShowXpress for the first time and it worked great . I set up all the macro buttons and color coded them. I had a rookie running the lights for us and it was so easy to use
He looked like a pro. Just thought I would pass that on . I’m still going to look into the Behringer midi pedal you had mentioned for gigs that I won’t have a person to do lights.”
Was this inspiring to you? I know that these are inspiring and helpful to me as I learn how to best teach you!
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