Leave A Legacy, Inc. has an InFocus digital projector that you can rent out to help you project your video or slideshow at your event or meeting. This projector displays images from your computer or DVD player with one simple connection. It connects with either a USB or a 15 pin Computer VGA connection. Your …
Tips for Parties & Events
Maybe your family doesn’t have a bunch of traditions that you do currently. Consider renewing some old traditions or perhaps start some new ones. You might try: bake a special dish for a holiday meal every year, write your child a letter every year on their birthday but don’t give it to them until they leave for college, read a story to your child every night (or a special story for the holidays), the options are certainly endless.
It’s always a difficult time for a family, when a loved one passes away, whether sudden or expected. It is common for people to pull together a DVD slideshow to share at the service. One particular client had ideas for making it extra special.
Document your child/grandchild’s first day of school. You can use the school sign, fence or tree as your marker every year to record how tall they are in comparison.
Rent this computer monitor projector to connect to your computer and project what is playing on your computer screen to wall or a large screen. Please call to reserve this projector.
Unique memorial project for a client’s mother. Includes a transfer from an audio cassette recording and lots of scanned photos of her mother’s ancestors and descendents. We are creating a DVD slideshow.
Leave A Legacy has an Anniversary coming up! To celebrate, we’re sharing gift and celebration ideas to all the people out there with an anniversary of their own coming up.
Marsha as a guest on the Tom Martino TV demonstrates some examples of what Leave A Legacy can do with your old media. Examples of 8mm film and graduation projects are demonstrated.
Four pages from Reta’s Legacy Book made for my Grandma Reta Washnok. Created at my Leave A Legacy studio in Denver.
You have to look super close or take my word for it, but this is a photo mosaic that we created by using numerous small photos of Clinton growing up to create the large high school graduation photo.