Camera Tight Follow
Getting a good tight follow may take some time and practice before you feel experienced enough to capture every movement, but having good positioning will help your shot look more professional no matter what you are doing. A clean, tight follow will always elevate the level of production you are hoping to achieve.
DIY Projects With Lambda
We realize that sometimes you just want to make a simple cable swap or another easy change on your own. At Lambda our main mission has always been to empower people to know their equipment and be able to get the most out of it. This is why the team at Lambda has been working hard to create resources for you to use this last year, including instructional graphics for camera operators.
We want to continue to provide practical tips for you to use so your company and staff can continue to grow. So, be sure to send us any questions or topics you’d like to see addressed here or on social media. Also, be sure to keep reading future issues as we have a lot of DIY tips coming up and if you haven’t heard about our jobsite guide, we’d love to get one into your hands! More to come!
Support you need for a New Year
If you follow us on Instagram, you’ve probably seen our Support videos. Not only do we want you to know the quickest way to reach Lambda if you need some help, but we want to make sure you have a place to turn when something goes wrong! We love designing and building AV systems, but we also love empowering YOU to use your system and keep it going for many years to come!
5 Tips to Prepare for the Season
With more holidays just around the corner and the continued uncertainties of what will happen next with Covid, the team at Lambda wants to make sure you we can give you the best tools and tips for making this season special! This year certainly wasn’t what we all expected and will look different as we plan ahead. Be sure to read last week’s article with a few ways you can make your system better this season without ordering a whole new system!
As we continue to look at ways to improve video stream, audio, and lighting for the holidays, we thought it would be a good week to check out these five tips to prepare your system for holiday productions!
Free AV Resources
We were very excited when we walked into a job and saw the Lambda Audio Guides printed off and sitting on the desk. If you haven't already checked out the great resources on our website, now's the time! These guides will change the way you train your volunteers and are a solid resource for reminding yourself of the essentials too! Check out lambdaav.io/resources for Audio AND Video guides!!!
Training with Lambda
Did you know you can schedule a training day with Lambda too?
The cost is reasonable because we believe your team is your greatest asset! You can ask us for more specific and advanced training depending on your team's needs. We have experts across our Lambda in Audio, Video, and Lighting who are passionate about what they do and love to share every tip and trick they have. We make these training sessions unique to you and can build on skills that you want your team to have.
If there’s anything you’re looking to learn or maybe even help training new volunteers, contact us any time. We’d love to discuss different Training options for your team!
Contact us today to learn more!
A Team Building Study
We like to share a lot of case studies based on installs we complete at Lambda. We share them because we realize many of our customers are interested in ideas about what others are doing. They want to see new and cool ideas or innovative solutions being practically implemented in spaces like theirs. With churches these case studies are typically about new gear or new ways of using gear, however, with the race for live-streaming during the COVID-19 pandemic, we noticed other helpful information people were looking for were ideas on teaching, coaching, processes, and best practices. So, we welcome you to Lambda Teams case studies where we share conversations and ideas not centered around gear, but around great ideas and conversations had with teams.
For the Video Engineer
Lambda's Resource Page is growing! And this time we have some invaluable Video Engineer guides and tips for you to produce professional shots. We've had a lot of positive response to these and don't want you to miss out!Whether you're a pro video engineer who needs a few refreshers or are just learning the ropes, we know you'll love these creative graphics!
We love to create resources for you to continue to learn or even just give you a reference point to come back to. Because at Lambda we believe you and your team are the most important part of an AV system! We believe not only in giving you the best gear, but in giving you all the tools to succeed.
Be sure to share with your friends and check out the other resources our team of professionals have put together for you!
Video Engineer Tips Here
We've had a lot of time these last weeks to focus on training. Danley Sound Labs put together a great course. At Lambda we believe in the importance of having an expert in each area and to keep training and learning so we can be the best for you! Danley Sound Labs is one of our favorite companies who also believes in helping customers to succeed! The engineers at Danley are our go to for making speakers the best. With more education and collaboration, we are able to create custom designs and systems for your business! We can come out of this time of social distancing better! If you are looking for courses or other things to learn check out our resource page on our website HERE!
All of the Lambda Staff contribute to the Blog. If you have any questions about the info we provide, please don't hesitate to ask!
Check out our resources page for FREE checklists and tools we mention in articles! We are here to help you improve and maintain your Audio Visual Systems!