Christmas Eve Shoot | Nathan Colquhoun
 

Christmas Eve Shoot

January 3, 20073

Barry and I went out to take photos for our Christmas Eve service at theStory. We wanted to use all our own original pictures for the Powerpoint and to symbolize each step of the service. (all the photos were Photoshoped for the presentation, but the originals are in the Flickr Set), feel free to use it for whatever you need. Send me an e-mail if you want me to e-mail you the Powerpoint file for your own use. Here are a few of my favourites that we both took and setup. Or here is all the pictures in Flickr. Barry‘s and Mine, but really we both used eachother’s cameras.

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3 comments

  • Tom

    January 3, 2007 at 8:06 pm

    I’d be interested in knowing how these were implemented in worship.

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  • Anonymous

    January 4, 2007 at 1:34 am

    Glad you asked :)
    Basically they were used as the backdrops of songs, Scripture and other readings that we went through during the service.

    We had 10 readings, and 10 responses and these pictures helped tie everything together. For instance, when we were reading about “the fall” we used the picture of the hands off the edge as the backdrop for that entire reading. When we read about being blessed, we used the picture of the fruit at a grocery store to symbolize how much we’ve been given. The phone was used to symbolize when the shepherds were told of the Saviour coming, and they ran to see the good news, “leaving the phone hanging” type idea. And so on.

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  • Natasha

    January 4, 2007 at 6:43 pm

    I love the pictures. The one with the phone really stood out for me…Great Photos!

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