Not me. I depend on my middle school students to answer my tech questions at work, and on my husband to get me out of technological messes at home.
But if you're interested in making a movie from your photos, I can help you with that.
Photo Story 3 is a free download. And this time, something free is quite worthwhile...
I've used this program for many years. It makes it easy to import photos. It's simple to move the photos around from one spot to another. Transitions. Cropping. Voice-overs. Adding music. It makes making a movie a breeze.
This past week, I've used Photo Story 3 again to make a couple of movies: one about my soon-to-be daughter-in-law and one about my son. I've incorporated baby pictures (and lots of other pictures) of both of them and as the songs play and the images fade in and out, their toddler, elementary, high school and college years will march along until all that is left is their adult selves... about to get married. (We're going to watch it at the rehearsal luncheon.)
Here is a tutorial if you'd like to try using the program. Here's a You Tube video if you're considering using it. But honestly, once you start with it, you won't need much help. It's extremely user-friendly. And think of how you could use it:
- a high school/college graduation show
- a book trailer to promote your book
- a beginning or end of school year movie
- entertainment for a family reunion
The possibilities are endless.
And since I can make movies using this program, and my dog can make movies using this program, so can you.
How about you? I have most of my photos all jumbled up in a huge tub. Where do you have yours, and have you made movies before? If so, what program did you use. Technologically-disabled minds want to know...