With plenty of time on our hands at the present moment, it’s fair to say that we are all running out of DIY jobs to do around the house and are looking for something new to occupy our time as we all miss our family dearly. You could well be looking to take up a new hobby, or hoping to come out of lockdown a lot fitter than you entered it, as you look to fill the time until you’re able to visit your loved ones. Continue reading
Once upon a time, cine film was the primary way to watch films. Families would gather together around the projector to watch the grainy footage of their lives as it flickered and jutted in front of their eyes. Whilst these memories may no doubt bring back wonderful feelings of nostalgia for some, it is no surprise that technology has long since moved past this, and for very good reasons.
There are so many people who still possess their old cine home movies – so why do they never watch them? The answer, it would seem, is because they’ve fallen for some of the biggest misconceptions of what will happen if they’re ever to view the footage again. With this in mind, here are four illusions that people tend to be under when it comes to their cine home movies.
There’s nothing quite like taking a long walk down memory lane. But while for many, watching old home movies might just be a way of killing a few hours, for others, it’s sure to bring up many different emotions.
This, of course, is one of the things that makes stepping back into the past such an amazing experience. If you’re about to restore your old videos by transferring them from cine to DVD, here are four feelings that you’ll probably be overcome with.
Don’t be shocked if you’re overcome with the sudden impulse to dig up your old home movies this Christmas. After all, most people constantly have a niggling itch to take a walk down memory lane – it’s just that this urge tends to come right to the forefront during the festive season!
Fortunately, you can watch all your home movies before and after the holidays if you transfer your cine to DVD. Here are three ways you’ll no doubt find yourself triggered to do this over Christmas.
Everyone knows the new Star Wars film is on the way, but what about other great family films you can look forward to seeing this Christmas? Here’s our top five!
If there is one thing that is guaranteed to help get you through tough times, and bring a smile to everyone’s face, it’s those moments when families recall a great memory.
This is not simply a source of comfort. Psychologists believe that shared stories are the glue which hold families together and gives them the most positive connections.
Home movies can become treasured possessions, especially when retained over the years. If you want to keep the memories fresh, of course, you’ll want to make sure that your home videos are as high quality as possible.
The act of giving a gift is a glorious one, and the look on the receivers’ face can make it all worth while. But sometimes gift shopping can be a real nightmare. Trawling through hectic shopping centres and browsing online for hours can be stressful, and you may still not find the perfect gift. Whether it’s a wedding gift, an anniversary gift, or it could even be your anniversary, you want a personalised, lovable and forever lasting present. So, what could be better than a transferred home video?
Everyone who owns a smartphone has the ability to film and edit high quality videos and quickly upload them to the internet, if you wish it. It’s easier and quicker than traditional cameras, and it has opened the way to apps like Vine that let you share your videos online instantly.
Home videos have been common since cameras first allowed people to film their families at home. Are apps like Vine becoming the popular choice that will surpass the traditional home videos?