I was asked by Jordan Mederich of WorshipMediaCreator.com to review Worship Media Creator, a church worship presentation creation tool. For disclosure, they sent me a copy of the program free of charge in exchange for an honest review. It’s taken me a while to really get into the nuts and bolts of it, (no fault of the software) but I finally have a good feel for the capabilities of this tool and wanted to let you all know what I’ve found. Catch my review after the break. Continue reading “Review: Worship Media Creator”
I’ve mentioned many times how I think that currently, the Canon T3i is the best-bang-for-the-buck DSLR for videography. Well the bang just got better for your buck. B&H Photo has a screaming deal going on right now. The deal is on a Canon EOS T3i, with 18-55mm IS II lens, AND a 55-250mm IS II lens – yes both lenses. Not only that, but they are also including a Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Inkjet Printer (including photo paper), AND a camera bag, AND a 16GB memory card.
The price for all of this? $599 after a $400 mail-in-rebate.
Again, for this price, you get:
- Canon EOS T3i Camera
- Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS II lens
- Canon EF-S 55-250mm IS II lens
- Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Inkjet Printer
- Photo Paper
- Camera Bag
- 16GB Memory Card
Even before the rebate, this is a great deal! If you’ve been waiting to pull the trigger, do it soon! The deal is for a limited time.
About a year ago, I wrote a post describing a basic videographer’s kit. Over that year, I’ve been doing a lot more videography and I’ve naturally changed some of my opinions about the subject. So, I decided to update that post today. I’ll see you after the break!