If you had to choose a perfect moment from your life to make into a 1 second film,
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  • My perfect moment from my life would be the first cries I heard when my twin boy and girl were born.

  • A moment from my childhood. Sitting around the kitchen table with my parents, brother, and grandparents...laughing. Happiest moments of my life. I tear up to think about them.

  • If I could choose one perfect moment from my life to make into a one second film, it would be the first second I opened my eyes in this world. That's when the amazing adventure began for me.

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  • Dipping my feet in the warm Arabian sea, just as the sun sets. Looking out into nothing. Everything calm and still for that one second.

  • My suggestion for perfect moment: The moment you start dreaming before you actually fall asleep

  • My first breath.

  • If I could choose one perfect moment from my life to make into a film, it'd probably be this one . . . no wait, this one . . . or maybe this one. Frankly, each one seems to be a little better than the last.

  • The day I graduated from high school would be the perfect moment in my life that I’d like to make into a one-second film. It was a culmination of my success in school and all of the adversity I have overcome in my life.

  • The birth of my son.

  • It would have to be a smile.

  • If I could capture one perfect second of my life on film it would definitely have to be the last hug I ever gave my father before he died.

  • The most perfect moment in my life was when I was 10. I was a military brat living in Norway and I discovered Gummi Candy, when I went on a walk with some friends to a corner market. it was getting dark, the street lamps turned on an we came out of the store with a pound of Gummi Candies. It was such a beautiful night and we walked all the way home with a smile on our faces, even though some of the Gummies were pretty sour -- but good. I've been addicted ever since. I'm still a child at heart.

  • What an interesting question...it took me some time, but this is what I came up with: When I was maybe 9 or 10 years old, I went to 'Take your daughter to work day' with my dad, who was a satellite engineer at Lockheed Martin. I spent the day having a great time doing the activities and seeing the exhibits Lockheed had set up, but for some reason what I remember best was getting to eat lunch in the cafeteria with my dad. I had this Reese's ice cream novelty thing for dessert - peanut butter ice cream covered in chocolate and shaped like a peanut butter cup. My perfect moment was when I was sitting there with my dad in Lockheed Martin's cafeteria, and I took my first bite of that ice cream (which was delicious). I don't know why that memory is so vivid, but it's one of my very favorite memories of time spent with my dad (who died of pancreatic cancer in 2001, when I was 16 years old)

  • Ah, tough one. Toss up between the moment I met my girlfriend Dominique or the moment I traded one red paperclip for a pen shaped like a fish.

  • Either my birth or my death, I don't/won't remember either but both are the greatest moments a person will have

  • The first time I stepped foot in Iraq. Stepping off the C130 on to the tarmac seeing the heat radiate from the ground and fealling my feet begin to burn through a half inch of rubber. This was a perfect moment to sumerize the next 365 shitty days.

  • Becoming a father was a perfect moment. Another one was watching the last second tic off the clock as we were about to win our first NBA championship.

  • Perfect moment was standing in the middle of an empty parking lot at 4am realizing I could do anything I set my mind to.

  • A second of film = 24 frames. It would be 12 frames of the first time I saw my oldest daughter and 12 frames of the first time I saw my youngest daughter. Perfect.