Father’s Day is quickly approaching. Do you know the origins of the holiday to celebrate dear ol’ Dad? Find out below! The first Father’s Day celebration was held on June 19th, 1910 at the YMCA in Spokane, Washington. The event
We are in a very reflective and patriotic mood today. Here are some of our favorite vintage patriotic images from Pinterest to honor Memorial Day. We hope that you enjoy them!
Your location has been scouted, you’re familiar with your script, and filming day is fast approaching! We understand that preparing yourself for your first shoot can be a bit nerve-wracking. Here are some tips to make filming day smooth sailing.
Spring has (kind of) sprung and graduation season is almost upon us! Young adults all over the country are picking up their caps and gowns and it won’t be long until the actual ceremonies take place. Chances are you probably
I recently had the pleasure of helping a lady transfer her old VHS home movies to digital. When I spoke with her on the phone before she came in, she mentioned how shocked she was that VHS players are so
You’ve been hearing it for years. “You have to utilize video in your marketing.” “Videos garner more views.” “Save time and money in the long run by using video.” So you listened. You went out and bought a camera, recorded
Classic? Traditional? Boho? Avante Garde? No matter what kind of bride (or groom!) you are, one thing is for sure. You want for your big day to reflect who you are as a couple. A lot of “wedding stuff” is
On July 31st 2016 Japan’s Funai Electric the world’s last VCR manufacture produced its final VCR. The company only sold 750,000 units last year. The main reason is that the company is having a hard time finding parts to produce them.