The myBigBrag SLIDE SHOW is a professional, exciting way for people to celebrate and enjoy their holidays or travels with friends and family.


Slide show of vehicles.

This little video is created to whet your appetite for a full sized production.

Imagine your family album starting like this!

There is plenty of FREE or inexpensive apps out there to create movies.
But the big problem is — poor image input — poor movie quality.
Apps like Adobe Spark Video, for example are simple to use but ONLY work in a limited way and ONLY with the quality of your photos as they are!
So how about thinking of your family photo albums as movies instead of picture books?
It’s simple.
You supply the original images in whatever format you have them in. From small prints, 35mm sides, scratched prints, black & white prints or colour prints, we can create the following amazing slideshows.
We scan, restore the images, and add important graphics to highlight the importance of the show.
You tell us a little about your family history and we create your own personalised graphics like the example shown here.
Animated graphics to enhance your history. Colour added to those boring black & white images.
We add all your photos with captions or descriptions — if you supply them — to create a professional slideshow for you to show an any device. TV, iPad, phone or electronic frame, they are all able to play our shows.
And we provide them in 4K quality!
That means you can show them on your latest 75” TV!
And at very competitive prices*.

Adobe Spark Video example.

Below you will see a sample I created in Spark Video. It was created quickly and easily — after I had restored the images — with the iPad app. I am showing it here as a link because I also have Adobe Creative Suite membership.

You can create a movie like this yourself for free.

And to produce the best movie, have us scan and restore your photos first. We will supply you the high quality photos ready to use. And we can create an interesting graphic start for you!

I have had the pleasure of working with Chris from mybigbrag on the Canberra World Peace bell website.
One great creative idea was his combining of the photo of Nara Park with an overlay of a ghostly “fan” design which was the inspiration for Lauren in the architectural design. He also shot our video on “green screen” and superimposed images of our designs behind the model of the proposed gazebo.
Fred Kasparek | Kasparek Architects


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