I cannot describe the incredible benefits of family videos
I encourage my kids and anyone who will listen to use their cell phones, cameras, camcorders
to frequently - yes frequently, capture daily as well as special events, focusing on people more than landscapes and inanimate objects. When you grow older the memories will return when you watch the old family movies again and again. You will discover that life is defined by relationships so do your best to preserve people and relationships for your memories and the memories of your loved ones.
Yukon Angel Productions is first and foremost a family website. If you don't have the time or inclination to turn your pictures into family videos then let me help. I know the importance of preserving and sharing family memories.
- You can send me your media via Google Drive, Drop Box or other online storage.
- Let me know how you want it delivered; usually the same way you send it.
- Want your videos on YouTube or Vimeo? Don't know how? I can do that for you.
- Simple slideshows or complicated After Effects projects are available.
- I charge $50 an hour. Most one song videos (45-70 pictures) will cost between $150 and $200.
- However, most videos in the Video Slider are for sale.
- If you like the format, the price is at the end.
Remembering old friends and special times is one of the best reasons to make videos.
I will never forget when we first came to Oregon in 1988. We came around a turn on the I-5 and there was Shasta, filling up the windshield. I got out of the car and almost cried because it was so beautiful. The air was so light compared to Texas and every other other state we've lived in.
I was born in Florida and I've wanted to live in the Pacific Northwest since seeing pictures in the school library. I think I was 12 then. That love for the Pacific Northwest has only grown.
Elmer Dalton is a life long friend I first met in Odessa Texas in 1981. He was born in Coos Bay Oregon. When we came to Oregon he wanted to take us snow mobiling. This old man has forgotten a lot of stuff, some good and a lot bad, but our time at Crater Lake with Elmer ... everyone should have memories like that.
The pictures aren't so good, but this video helps me remember what a great time we had.
Liam and Brodie dance to Pink
In the summer of 2014 my grandsons Liam and Brodie were not yet three years old, but their Dad caught this video on his iphone of the boys dancing to Pink.
A year later I still get a kick out of watching them dance. Now they are almost four, Brodie rides his bike without training wheels, prefers Classical music and they both have their own tractors.
Modern cell phones can do a wonderful job of capturing priceless momenst that you only get a shot at once.
One of the nice things about posting your videos on Vimeo is that you can hide them from the public. In my case, the only way someone can watch my videos is if they come to my web site.