Should you arrange for photos, video or live-streaming at a Funeral?
Death is one of life’s most important rituals. Too often, a Funeral or Memorial Service will pass as a blur for key family members who are so busy on the day looking after other mourners that they don’t have time to mourn.
Funeral photos, video-recording or a recording from a live-stream will allow key family members to reflect about their loss in less stressful circumstances.
These photos, videos or live-streaming will also allow friends and family unable to attend (in the case of overseas family or friends) to appreciate how much the deceased was loved and respected.
'On the day of mum’s Funeral when we were blinded by grief, you were our eyes'.
Many of our website photos were shot by Sydney-based funeral photographer, John Slaytor – The Funeral Photographer– and the quote above is from one of his customers. John's services include photography (non-intrusive and with utmost respect) and quality funeral books as a lasting memory of your loved one. The book may include tributes, poems and readings, a family tree, biography as well as his wonderful photos.
There are similar photography, videography or live-streaming companies or services provided in other states.