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Meaningful Art
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 / Published in Hints & Tips
Why do you buy art? Many purchase art purely as an investment. Sometimes it might be entirely aesthetic. Others look at art as a personal expression of sentimentality hanging on their walls. Sometimes it’s all three. Whatever the case, each piece of art has a significant meaning to each of us. Many people are attracted
How to film your kids
Thursday, 20 August 2015 / Published in Hints & Tips
The way each child sees the world is unique and magical. The ideas they formulate have the capacity to surprise, amuse and provoke thought.
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Monday, 13 July 2015 / Published in Hints & Tips
People tend to keep things that are important to them. A silly trinket, or an old postcard, can rehash a thousand memories. The value of such memorabilia lies not in the objects themselves, but in the associated memories of a person, place or event. Salvaging and preserving such treasured memorabilia, allows these emotional connections, along
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Thursday, 04 June 2015 / Published in Filmmaking
We were sitting on a gold mine and never knew. We found on old projector and some cine reels in the attic. We couldn’t believe the wonderful footage that we found from the 60s and 70s – birthday parties, skiing trips, and images of long lost family members and friends. So if you’ve got an
Go Pro Tips
Monday, 18 May 2015 / Published in Hints & Tips
Easy to use and seemingly indestructible, GoPros are taking the creative world by storm – even Beyoncé used one to film this amazing music video. If you haven’t got one for the family yet, you should. Here are a few ideas for your next holiday.
McKay Williamson Video
Monday, 20 April 2015 / Published in Filmmaking, Hints & Tips
If your family is anything like mine, seek you have traditions – places you visit, prostate parties you throw, buy and occasions you celebrate every year.
Children Playing Cricket
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 / Published in Hints & Tips
B-roll footage plays a huge role in the filmmaking storytelling process. It’s just as important as the main set-up shots in creating a captivating film, but often its not given the consideration your film deserves.   
McKay Williamson Video
Thursday, 15 January 2015 / Published in WATK
The World According To Kids is when we interview your children each year and capture their evolving personality on camera before they do the unthinkable – grow up! What we end up with is a cherished archive of cute, playful, and insightful footage to edit for big occasions – Bar Mitzvahs, 18th Birthdays, Weddings etc…
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