One Photo One Voice: Telling the stories behind the photos

I just added an article about simple digital video stories on the main site. The blog has a couple of these already, with more in progress. I plan to eventually group related videos together and see if they’ll make a nice digital photo album or scrapbook.

There is so much information rattling around in my head when I look at our family photos. It’s important to me to get that information out in whatever format gets a response. I like the “one photo, one voice” format because it’s me, telling the story in my own voice. Many people hate the sound of their own voice when they do recordings, but think of what a gift this is for the intended audience. How many of us would love to have grandma back again, sitting beside us, telling us about the photos in the photo album? It is exciting to be able to preserve that experience at least somewhat by recording little narrations to go with the photos.

If you haven’t considered making little videos like this, think about it a bit. I wrote the article about the process using two free programs. The only cost is your time, especially if you’ve already scanned the photos into your computer.

2 thoughts on “One Photo One Voice: Telling the stories behind the photos

  1. Awsome post and straight to the point. I am not sure if this is actually the best place to ask but do you people have any thoughts on where to employ some prssaofionel writers? Thank you

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