Especially for genealogists who have gathered facts, photos, stories, letters and history on their ancestors. You can have your own documentary to share your story with family. This is what family historians need—a way to display the facts and photos they have collected and share with other family members.
This example is snippets of a 35 minute piece. Voice overs are a wonderful addition to give voice to the stories you have collected. The music is original for the perfect background. You'll see the use of marriage and death certificate, adding dates to help your viewer understand their lineage.
Old letters being read over photos bring to life the photos you treasure. The use of maps to clarify origination. Captions add details which otherwise can get lost.
Together with my father we spent years collecting family information and trying to find a form to pass it along. But all the genealogical data sheets are difficult for others to follow, and often boring to them. This finally offers a way of presenting your research to your family in a way they will be delighted to view. And moreover they can begin to follow it. Your ancestors will take on life, just as they did for you in discovering them. After all the work and years of collecting family data—tell your history.
Add elegance and grace to your slide show through video titles.
*original guitar music by RA Ferrec
FAMILY DOCUMENTARY SLIDE SHOW for Claremont, Pomona, Upland, West Covina and beyond in the Inland Empire.