My Endeavours over the last Month

I have a confession to make, this past month I’ve been keeping a bit of a secret!  And I’m going to let you in on it or rather – show you!  Last year I came across the world of Video Storytelling and found the very talented Emily of Everyday Films.  Once I saw that she graciously teaches others the art of video, I knew I had to sign up.  And so I waited patiently (or not so patiently!) and signed up for her class earlier this winter.

It was awesome! It was a lot of work and I’m still working through reading- re-reading and watching some of the tutorials but I have learned a ton.  I have a long ways to go yet in learning more about video but I know basics – like how to use my camera for video, how to edit and put together a video!  It was  a lot of fun!

When I was younger my parents owned a video camera — I guess we were a pretty high-tech family for that time because I didn’t know any other family with a video camera at that time 🙂 .  And my dad would carry this huge contraption on his shoulder (something like the size of a toaster- just a bit skinnier!) and he would record us at family gatherings, our birthday parties and just our regular every day.  And I loved it- I love being able to see that play back of what we did that day.  Now its been a number of years since I’ve seen any of those videos but I know it would be awesome to see and hear what we were like at that time in our lives!

And that’s what drew me to the art of video story-telling.  Still frames are of course my first passion and I love freezing time and capturing that exact moment, but there is something magical about capturing a  video.  And to see it all come together at the end was the best part!

So introducing my first ever 3 minute film!!  It’s not perfect, but nothing in life is.  But its my life and these are my lovies.  This is my family.

Peereboom Family – Final Project 2016 from Kristin Peereboom on Vimeo.

Katie Slattery Oblinger - Kristin!!! I’m in love!! You are so talented and find beauty in the tiniest little details. Love.

Jen Hoekstra - Such cute kids and a video you will cherish. Good job!

Evelyn A. Hoekstra - Kristin, that is beautiful!!!!!!! You just have to fit yourself in there next time. But honestly, WOW! Wonderful and creative angles, precious moments, and unforgettable timeless treasures all wrapped up in this! God has blessed you with amazing talent!

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