Photo Video Keepsake
A photo video keepsake is a simple way to protect and bring to life your family's precious memories. We'll edit your photos to music and create a customized unique keepsake on a DVD, Thumbdrive, or upload the file to our cloud-based platform - DVA (Digital Video Archive).
Photo Video Keepsakes make wonderful gifts for family members. They are a fantastic and creative way to preserve your family's history for generations to come.
We pledge to use only the best professional video, scanning, and computer equipment to create your photo video "Masterpiece" -- you will want everyone in your family and all of your friends to watch it. We will also provide you with a private screening of your photo video for your approval. We want to make sure your video is just the way you want it!
There are three easy steps to organize your photos for a Photo Video Keepsake.
Make the tough decision -- which photos to choose and which to lose. We suggest you make a "YES" pile and a "NO" pile, putting all the photos that you may want to use in the "YES" pile and all the rest in the "NO" pile. WARNING: This step is way too much fun, so don't get caught looking at each photo for more then a moment! Try to zero in on the photos that will tell your family's story the best.
Gather all of your YES photos together. We suggest you put them in chronological order. Start with the early photos and work your way forward to the present day. You may have some photos or groups of photos that will work better in their own little chronological sequences; such as, career, job or business photos, house photos, lake home photos, vacations, grand-kids, etc. You can even accent these by using a special music theme for each group and perhaps even giving each group its own title; for instance, you could place the title "Our Babies" before the grandchildren group.
Number your photos on the back with either a pencil or stickers (post-it notes work well). DO NOT USE a pen as the ink may rub off onto the other photos. This is also the time to start thinking about music and titles. You'll at least want a greeting at the beginning and some closing statement at the end of your video. For example, if you are making an anniversary video, you could simply put "Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad" at the beginning and "With Love, From All Of Us" at the end. Or, if you wish, you can be more personal and creative in your titles. Why not use some poetry or a favorite quotation?
After completion of these steps, we do the rest!