We have created an exceptional slideshow for your wedding reception. This slideshow will include pictures of the bride growing up and picture of the groom growing up and then pictures of the couple together.
If you already have your images in a digital format, send them to us on a disc and your done. In most cases however your memories are still not digital, and you can't use them yet. Luckily, Larsen Digital specializes in converting old film to digital images. They are high-quality scans and will be color corrected and ready to use in your slideshow. Just fill out our order form to place and order for them. We recommend going with the Pro service so they are ready to be used in a slideshow. If possible, you will want to send your film or digital files in the order that you want them to appear in the slideshow. You will want to give them a title/chapter group as well. Some examples are: Corey Growing Up, Tara Growing Up, and Dating or Our Lives Together. If you are having a hard time getting them organized in the correct order, we can always scan them first and then send you a link to download your files. You can then use software like Google Drive to organize your images and then send us a link to the organized version.
Once you have selected the music you want to use, you will want to tell us in the special instructions section on your order form or include a separate piece of paper with all of your instructions.
We recommend sending in music that you have legally obtained that fits the personality of the bride and groom. Instrumental music works beautifully for a wedding video as well.
Unless you request otherwise, each image in your slides will be on screen for 3 seconds, with a 1-second fade-in & 1-second fade-out transition between them, totaling 5 seconds of screen time per image. You will want to provide approximately 5 seconds of music per image for each chapter on your slideshow. Songs will need to begin & end in the same chapter. We can sync your slideshow to the duration of your music so that it will end in sync with the song, but you will want to get close to 5 seconds per image.