In the pre-digital era, photo slides were a common way to preserve memories. But now the technology of slides is outdated, most people no longer have access to a slide projector to view them, so the films are forgotten in boxes on the far shelves.
Digitizing slides yourself
One client of a photo studio told how she undertook to digitize a box with old slides and stumbled upon several photos of her father, who passed away when she was only four years old. Until that moment, she had never seen these photos, and her relatives forgot about them for many years. After the slides were scanned, the whole family happily looked at the faded, but such native images. Continue reading
Wedding days are not only about brides, although it may really seem so. At the celebration, the photographer needs to shoot the groom alone and with his friends (they like it, by the way, or not).
When you build the groom’s pose in a frame where he is alone, you can often notice some stiffness and a running look, because most men are embarrassed to be photographed. So it’s worth starting a conversation that would have nothing to do with the wedding in order to relax them. Continue reading
Write a script. It would seem that you can skip this step, but if you spend time preparing the script or at least outline your ideas, this will save you time in the future. A script is text that contains everything that you are going to say in your video. Read it aloud a couple of times to understand how it sounds. People often write texts in phrases other than spoken language, and reading aloud will help to identify everything that does not sound the way it should. Continue reading