The photos that you take at your wedding are going to be a reminder of that happy moment in your life and you can cherish them forever. But while carefully arranging your photos in an album and storing them so that you can go over them from time to time is great – why not go a step further and create a perfect wedding slideshow too.
Honestly, you undoubtedly already have most of the ingredients that you need to do so. Odds are the photos that you had taken are digital (most are, nowadays), and aside from that the only other thing that you really need is the software to create the actual slideshow. One of the best is definitely the Slideshow Creator seeing as it is not only powerful, but also incredibly easy to use.
To create an amazing slideshow that really captures the beauty of your wedding, all you need to do is:
- Carefully select the photos that you want to include.
- Add the photos to the software so that you can use them in the slideshow.
- Arrange the photos in the order that you want them to appear, and set how long each photo should remain on the screen.
- Decide whether or not to edit any of the photos by enhancing its quality or even cutting or rotating it as needed.
- Look at the stylish transitions that are available and insert a few at points where you think they’d be appropriate.
- Choose a music track that you think would go well with the slideshow. It could be a particular song that you have in mind, or even just instrumental music to set the tone.
- Save the slideshow as a video by using one of the presets that are available. Pick a preset to optimize it according to the platform or device that you want to use it on.
That doesn’t sound too hard does it? In no time you’ll have a perfect wedding slideshow available that you can then share with your friends and family over Facebook, burn to a DVD for safekeeping, or even just keep on your PC for you and your spouse to watch when you feel like it. By taking the time and making your slideshow perfect in every way, you’ll have a great memento of the day itself.