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I’ve made a new Time Capsule film… as part of my COLLABORATE course. Ky and I worked on it together… he’s into doing so many things at the moment, I kinda wanted to celebrate that. Luckily I was able to leave Minecraft & Subway Surfer out! and just concentrate on his other favourite things…

This film is not technically spot on… and there certainly are some audio issues (it’s time to tackle that)… but I love it because I would NEVER have made this film, if I hadn’t been taking my COLLABORATE course alongside everyone else.

This film is full of what I want to remember about him aged 11. This is a real snapshot into his life.

That’s what makes a Time Capsule film… locking up those memories forever.

What are your favourite things to do right now?

If you’d like me to shoot a film about your child and their favourite things… please contact me about my family Time Capsule sessions…

  • robyn wells
    Posted at 22:52h, 02 July Reply

    So lovely. Makes me want to capture more and more video of my nephew and niece.

  • Corinna
    Posted at 19:47h, 02 July Reply

    This is beautiful. So satisfying to watch now, but I’m certain it will only become more so as this phase passes.
    (And if you want to discuss audio capture I have some thoughts…)

  • irenenam
    Posted at 09:24h, 02 July Reply

    it’s beautiful my friend, as usual. what an inspiration you are.

  • Kim Bajorek
    Posted at 17:16h, 01 July Reply

    That’s gorgeous, Xanthe! I absolutely love it!

  • Bianca Swanepoel
    Posted at 00:47h, 01 July Reply

    What a gorgeous idea. 🙂 I’m also inspired.

  • Kathleen Fordyce
    Posted at 01:21h, 30 June Reply

    Wow, Xanthe…just wow. Watching these inspire me to do more of my own with my son. I am still trying to finish one from our recent trip to Rome. Wish I could pop them out more frequently…maybe that needs to be a mid-year resolution.

    My favorite moment is when he is laughing, looking not into the camera, but at you, and we can hear you giggle, too. What a special moment.

  • Johanna Mueller
    Posted at 03:06h, 29 June Reply

    Wonderfull. Just wonderfull.

    Only one thing is bothering me:
    After those amazing pictures in your video,
    the screen turns black, showing the date and
    your websites url and then the music ends abruptly.
    One second I am enjoying your video with your awesome
    music selection and then, suddenly, it all ends … leaving me with kind of a void.
    That happens in many of your videos, the only thing I dislike.
    Maybe you could begin fading out the music track earlier,
    so that the end of the video and music track alligns?

    But perhaps that is, beeing a “time capsule”,
    what you are aiming for all along 🙂

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