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Show of the Week: The Tiny Light Foundation

This week’s show is a very special one. The Tiny Light Foundation is a group that donates professional photography to families with life altering diagnoses.

Their mission is to provide and capture memories that will help provide a family with one less thing to worry about and all sessions are photographed free of charge.

Watch their slideshow below to see some of these amazing images and to hear the special song that was written just for them by musician Cory Woodward.


Slideshow made with ProShow Web.

We are proud to be a sponsor of this organization and love the wonderful work they do for families.

To learn more about the Tiny Light Foundation or to donate your photography services, please visit their website.

Show of the Week: Eleni and Subir’s Wedding

This week’s show comes from Ever After Visuals, a mother-daughter photography team who specialize in the celebration of relationships through photography.


Slideshow created in ProShow Producer.

Their slideshow features a unique wedding that combined Indian traditions and Greek customs. The Indian ceremony was the night before and the Greek Wedding the next day. Vibrant hues of red and gold, showers of rose petals and an unforgettable reception made this event stand out like no other.

They combined over 400 images to create this beautiful slideshow. The subtle effects and perfectly-matched music make their images truly shine and tells the story of this wonderful couple.

Learn more about Ever After Visuals on their blog.

Show of the Week: Pet-A-Palooza

This week’s show comes from photographer Deborah Green of Four Feet Fotos, a Sacramento area based pet photography business.

Pet-A-Palooza is a CBS Radio franchise event held in several cities across the U.S. celebrating pet lovers and their pets. In addition to the food, product and business vendors, free music and demonstrations, several dozen animal rescue groups and organizations are on hand with animals needing adoptive homes and to share how people can partner with local rescue groups.

The event seen in this slideshow was held in Citrus Heights, CA at Rusch Park in June of this year and was created in ProShow Producer.

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Show of the Week: African Photo Safari

Photographer David Cardinal leads photo safaris to some amazing places including Southeast Asia, Alaska, Texas and of course Africa. Watch his latest slideshow featuring images from a recent African photo safari.

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Show of the Week: The Spanhoek Hotel

This week’s show comes from Ray, a network administrator by day and a photographer and ProShow Producer animator in his spare time.

Ray’s slideshow is a promotional piece for a hotel in Suriname, South America called the Spanhoek Boutique Hotel. It’s a great example of how ProShow can be used to create slideshows for advertising and business. The show runs on a large LED screen promoting the hotel to potential guests and customers.

See more of Ray’s slideshows on his YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/binary546

Want to be our Show of the Week? Email us a link to your slideshow.

 

Show of the Week: ‘Growing’ by Valerie Caldwell

This week’s show comes from Valerie Caldwell. Valerie owns and operates a studio in Round Rock, just north of Austin, TX. Being a mother of two young children solidifies her forte as children’s photographer and the delicate nature involved in capturing what a mother wants.

As a Mac user, Valerie uses ProShow Web to create her clients personalized video slideshows.

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Show of the Week: The Wade Family

This week’s show is by Cyndy McAtee. As a genealogist and avid photo collector, Cyndy set out to create a truly unique family history slideshow. She used ProShow Producer and the new StylePack Vintage to create her video. Take a look at her amazing show and let us know what you think!

Want to be featured as the Show of the Week? Send us a link to your slideshow, we’d love to see it.