I digitized 100 slides over the summer.
While sorting through the images, I discovered two photos from Thanksgiving 1967, when I was seven years old.
As I looked at those photos of my seven-year-old self and my relatives, most of them now gone, my adult self suddenly realized something. I discovered a story behind the pictures.
I got an idea and quickly jotted down a script. Saturday morning, I gathered the photos into a folder on my computer, opened my online video editor, and recorded my narration, added photos, and then, the music. By noon, I had a family history story to share with friends and family.
Here is the video story:
Seeing the slides I digitized 50 years later, helped me to understand the story behind the picture.
Even if you weren’t there when your ancestors lived, your family history research allows you to tell the stories behind the pictures.
Help the next generation experience the stories…so they won’t forget.
Imagine making an Ancestor Video Story you can share with your family — a gift that will last for generations. Yes, you can do it!
Learn how with Ancestors Alive On Video, where you’ll learn by creating your own Ancestor Story Video.
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You’ll have access to the training forever (or as long as the internet lasts), including the new resources I add to it. Plus, during December I’ll be adding more video tutorials on topics as students request them. So if you join now, it will be like having a customized training!
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I look forward to seeing the stories you tell.