What’s new for Easter this year? Particles? Smoke? Abstract? There are consistently a multitude of options for creatives, techs, worship leaders, and volunteers to consider when choosing the right graphics for your Easter services and events. From Palm Sunday through Easter morning, millions of screens across the country and around the world will display graphics in a variety of ways.
So, how do you choose the right media for Easter? How do you know what the best option is? The right combination of media will create a remarkable environment for your services. Take a look below at some new Easter content and how it can fit in your services this year.
Using colors to influence mood and emotion is amazingly simple…if you understand the basics of color theory and how it plays into your environments. This season is one of many emotions, thoughts, and feelings. How you display that to your congregation will play a large role in how people respond to the elements of your services. The graphic below showcases some of the different emotions represented by each color.
Utilizing textures, whether real or abstract, is an easy way to create depth and wonder in your environments. Texture adds depth and can make things look real. It bring out contrast and dynamics which are vital no matter what you are doing visually. Often times in worship or in an event we don’t need a looping motion with fast lines or mountains to create an atmosphere. Sometimes we need something a bit more abstract or still or real. We need a texture. Textures help create environments.
Utilizing scenic media, especially for those running environmental projection, can be a great way to transport your audience to a specific time, place, or location. Transform your congregation to the environment you want to put them into. Whether that is a seaside vista, a mountain panoramic, or at the foot of the cross, scenic elements speak powerfully to the mood and timbre of your services.