Note: this is me navigating clumsily in the realms of bilingual parenting. Not an advice whatsoever. If I’d like big words, I’d say don’t try… Read More »Bilingual parenting with a distance – and theories thereof
Ildikó Wooning is a Hungarian turned half Dutch - living in Delft with her sweet Dutch husband now for over a decade. Mother of two angels in (not much) disguise, organizer at heart, community, video and movie enthusiast -always. She's a businesswoman too, providing her film making talents to families and entrepreneurs by capturing the fleeting beauty on video.
Can you believe it’s Christmas this weekend? Again. Right? All the Christmas preparations are coming together in our house, and that reminds me: we’ve a digital… Read More »Personalized video compilation of the year – step-by-step instructions
Tips & Tricks
Here are some quick tips in case you have your child(ren)’s birthday coming up, and you’d like to have a small memory of it. Maybe you want to share it with family far away, or simply for yourself to remember. You can film with practically anything: a phone, a digital compact, a DSLR, the Red Epic – you name it, just be prepared to shoot to edit 😉
Don’t worry, with a smartphone you are ready in a ‘mum’ of time! (pun well intended!)Read More »How to film your child(ren)’s birthday and have an after movie ready the same evening
Delft MaMa is contributing to the Refugee welcome event ‘Welkom Hier‘ on Saturday 17th September at the Theater De Veste by providing children’s activities for the children of the refugee families, as well as any children from the Delft community who are attending this free event.
Please come along to the event with your families if you would like to contribute to making these new members of the Delft community feel welcomed!Read More »‘Welkom Hier’ – help refugee families in Delft 17th September 2016
The Meivakantie (spring break) was coming and going so quickly that before we knew… now it’s almost time for the Summer break! So I hereby pronounce this the perfect time to brush up on some of the basics of film making.
I just know that not even that deep down (in fact, it’ll show pretty much on the surface) you’ll all cherish your bits and pieces you’ve filmed about your family in the coming years. Now imagine: you can have a fun, short, fresh video that summarizes all those adventures… how fun would that be? Here is how to make a Summer Trailer 🙂Read More »How to film the family vacation