• Logan Dean
    Logan Dean
    Production Assistant at New River Fellowship

    Logan Dean has grown up in the arts, acting and performing from a young age. Growing up, he attended the Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts where he first studied lighting and set design for live theatrical performances. During college, Logan worked as the university lighting designer and went on to volunteer for a missionary group called Circuit Riders, aiding in their live video and music recording. Logan later began working at Capernaum Studios where he first began lighting and special effects for film and aided in developing their broadcast center. Now an employee of a local church in DFW, Logan oversees the video broadcast team and manages their weekly streamed content.

  • Zach Kepple
    Zach Kepple
    Film Production Consultant

    Chaplain Zach Kepple has 12 years in acting, art design, assistant directing and writing in the film industry. Zach currently works as a film production consultant. Previously, he worked for Capernaum Studios as set liaison between film makers and the studios and was co-creator of the film trilogy Washington’s Armor, produced by Capernaum Studios. He has worked with the design teams of The Chosen series, Eating with Enemy, and many more filmmakers that visit the studios.

    Zach also recently published a couple of books, Prayers for Our Nation. Find it here..

    He also wrote Take the Pledge. Find it here.

Creating a Video Shoot from Scratch

Church leaders are having to get creative with their sermon series and small group studies in order to connect in different ways with their congregation and community. The internet has changed how we do this; people are no longer connecting as often in the church building, but they are engaging in their homes, at work, and in their cars through videos and media.
In this session, we’ll learn how to create an engaging video from the ground up. Zach Kepple with Capernaum Studios will share how to plan for the shoot, what you’ll need to have on hand to make it successful, and all things related to the technical side of shooting a video.
Takeaways include:
– Planning for the Shoot
– Set Dressing, Props, Wardrobe
– Camera Work, Lighting and Audio
– Location, Location, Location
– Editing


Oct 25 2022


8:15 am - 9:15 am


Production Technology

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