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How to Create Home Movies that Look Professional

April 15, 2019

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To say that I am thrilled to finally get to share about the next installment of the Documenting the Everyday series would be a massive understatement. My hope is that my passion for this and my passion for documenting everyday life and telling our stories is apparent in everything that I do. However, if you might be a new reader and friend, you can take a peek into my story and welcome message in my iPhone photography course right here. My history and why I teach what I do is woven throughout each and every course. And this next one? Well, the short of it is that I am going to teach you how to create home movies that look professional. The deeper part of it?

We are going to finally rid of ourselves of the thousands of video clips and files we are drowning in. We are going to learn how to create home movies on our iPhone and desktop computer using the iMovie software. We are going to learn how to stylize your home movies to create cinematic masterpieces. Home movies added to your family media library that will not only be everyone’s first choice on movie night, but that will take your breath away as you watch your memories in motion.

Friends, the Documenting the Everyday: Family Films Edition is right around the corner!! Pre-sales begin this Wednesday, April 17th where you have the opportunity to purchase your course seat for under $40! Doors to the course open Monday, April 29th. Just in time for all of those wonderful summer memories and adventures that you will want to re-live again and again. So what exactly is included in the course? I’m so glad you asked!

How to create home movies that look professional and so much more! The second installment of the Documenting the Everyday series, the Family Films Edition, will walk you through from beginning to end how to create amazing cinematic masterpieces to add to your family media library. Catch the pre-sale happening April 17th and for ten days only! #iMovie #HowToCreateHomeMovies #iPhonePhotography #iPhone

The Family Films Edition is an online, self-paced course that you are able to access anywhere you wish. The course is laid out in easy to follow video lessons that will have you feeling confident as you move throughout each chapter.

Included with your course seat is:

  • personalized login and lifetime access to all additions and upgrades made to the course
  • access to our private online community where you will be able to connect with other students, ask questions, tune into live chats, take part in community challenges and where I continue to be present in sharing my own every day documenting to help inspire you to continue with yours
  • continued support and inspiration each season of the year right in your inbox

 
If you are wondering what you will really get out of this course, just simply read what some of my course students had to say about the iPhone photography course. And I hope to see you in there to continue on our journey of learning not only how to tell our stories technically using the technology available today, but how to do it with ease. And how to do it beautifully.

Please feel free to leave any and all questions in the comments below – I am happy to answer them!

P.S. Because of the additions and enhanced content we have added to these courses, the price will be going up on the iPhone photography course this Wednesday, April 17th! If you haven’t yet purchased a course seat for that class and would like to, make sure to do it right here before 11:59 PST on Wednesday, April 17th before the price increases to $59!

 

 

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