Why should you livestream a funeral?
The last 12 months have been one of the hardest years many of us has ever seen. Southern Californians have all done their best to help curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus, but we are far from returning to our normal lives. As we continue to lose loved ones, the way we are able to celebrate them and grieve has changed dramatically. There aren’t any options to gather like we used to. We are no longer able to celebrate our mothers, fathers, grandparents, and children as we used to when their time has come. Social distancing is everywhere we go and attending a funeral indoors is no longer a safe place for those that could be high risk. In some cases, it’s not even safe for some to travel for a funeral. It’s convenient for everyone to have the funeral livestreamed.
How do you celebrate someone if you can’t be there in person?
Luckily, there are videographers like myself that are always up to take on new challenges and can livestream a funeral. I am more accustomed to filming and livestreaming weddings, but now it seems more appropriate to focus my services where they are needed most. Many funeral homes and cemeteries are limiting the number of people that can attend funeral services, with this being an issue for some, a possible alternative is to have the service and burial livestreamed. Check out my Funerals Page for more information.
Here is my most popular option:
- Up to 5 hours with multiple cameras
- 2 locations (Funeral Home/Church & Burial Site)
- A comprehensive final video of the entire day
- Service & burial livestream
- Celebration of Life highlight video
- Tribute video
- A private online viewing link
- Drone Footage
The final video will include the funeral service and burial and will be 1-2 hours long. The celebration of life highlight video will be a 3-5 minute video of all the highlights during the service and burial. The Tribute video is a video that includes pictures and videos collected by the family to honor their loved one. Contact me to learn more!
Here are some of the CDC Guidance Regarding COVID-19 and Funerals across the country.