Time Capsules

12.12.12 - One Day on Earth

I was inspired by Xanthe Berkeley, to create a time capsule on December 12, 2012. It was fun, hectic, comical, interesting & exciting to carry around my cameras with me, all day long. My family was surprisingly accepting of it, too. I ended up putting two videos together. The first one, a combination of images & video clips from our day. The second one, my boys watching their Great-Grandpa make them a dollar bill bowtie. It was fun to document so much, not something I usually do. It was hectic, balancing two cameras, my iPhone & my children. We were on vacation, too, which made it more fun & perhaps a bit crazier. Attempting this balancing act? Well, I'm sure that was entertaining to any passer-byers. Especially those in the store. It was so worth it, though; some of my most (at the current moment) favorite images were captured on 12.12.12. About two weeks later, I present the videos. Happy Holidays.

121212 from Breanna Peterson on Vimeo.

My Grandpa + My Boys

I was inspired by Xanthe Berkeley, to create a time capsule on December 12, 2012. It was fun, hectic, comical, interesting & exciting to carry around my cameras with me, all day long. My family was surprisingly accepting of it, too. I ended up putting two videos together. The first one, a combination of images & video clips from our day. The second one, my boys watching their Great-Grandpa make them a dollar bill bowtie. It was fun to document so much, not something I usually do. It was hectic, balancing two cameras, my iPhone & my children. We were on vacation, too, which made it more fun & perhaps a bit crazier. Attempting this balancing act? Well, I'm sure that was entertaining to any passer-byers. Especially those in the store. It was so worth it, though; some of my most (at the current moment) favorite images were captured on 12.12.12. About two weeks later, I present the videos. Happy Holidays.

Grandpa Art from Breanna Peterson on Vimeo.

a little bit of park time, in video

On Monday, my Time Capsules course came to a close. I loved it. It was exactly what I wanted. I'd tinkered with iMovie in the past, but still didn't really grasp what I was doing...& sometimes I just need a good kick in the direction I want to move. So that course did it, & more. Now I want to make videos of my kiddos, all the time. Little moments, big moments, actually any moments...enjoy~

Time Capsule - week 3 from Breanna Peterson on Vimeo.

Yesterday, a video

Project 2 for my Time Capsules course. I'm in love. I registered for this course to learn to make family videos. I already have two treasures & can't wait to make more. With Ry at school, Cove & Ella fill my mornings & early afternoons. Here they are, filling today's blog post.

yesterday from Breanna Peterson on Vimeo.

good morning, monday

Last week I began my Time Capsule's course with Xanthe Berkeley. Oh my goodness, these four weeks are going to be amazing. I've been wanting to make little video clips, & I attempted it once last January, but am still really unfamiliar with iMovie. In our first week, I've learned a lot. I decided to share my first video here; I sort of went back & forth, but I kind of love it. In all honesty, I know what I want to do better next time, but I also know I have my first little video treasure of my three kiddos. So thank you Xanthe for that...& did I mention I cannot wait for the rest of the course?! Seriously, excited.

Good Morning, Monday from Breanna Peterson on Vimeo.