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Home Movies – Less is more

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With home movies, less is certainly more. You don’t want to be one of those people that press record as soon as their holidays start and don’t press stop until their holidays is over.. You need to be selective about what you film and what you don’t. And that’s for 3 reasons. Firstly, the more …

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Engage with Story Podcast

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Recently, I was interviewed by Ben Amos with on the Engage with Story Podcast about how to tell your families story with video. The Engage with Story Podcast is a weekly podcast exploring how digital storytelling, content creation and marketing engages an audience and moves them to take action through stories.. It’s a great podcast and definitely worth checking …

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How to video the School Concert

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Trying to Video the School Concert can be a tough gig! If you don’t know what you’re doing, filming your kids singing and dancing on stage, while you’re sitting down in the dark at the back of the room can be really hard. In fact, if you go to any school concert you’ll see parent’s …

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How to make a Vacation Video

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Family vacations are one of the best times to capture videos and photos of your family. You’re all in the same place together, having fun, exploring new places and making memories.  But, if you’re like most people you’ll shoot a lot while you’re on holidays, but apart from posting a few pictures on Facebook you’ll probably …

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Home Movies, Mean we Never Forget

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When you create home movies, you are creating a memory that lasts forever. Recently our family lost our 14 year old Australian Bulldog Pikey, in pretty tragic circumstances. He was an amazing dog a real character. He was an important part of our family and over the 14 years we had we’d experienced so much. …