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Videographers and Photographers
Up until a few years ago, photographing a funeral might have been considered taboo. In this digital age, however, photographers and videographers are capturing key milestones from the cradle to the grave…and business is booming.
Unlike wedding photographers that can be an intrusive presence during the ceremony, funeral photographers and videographers work in the wings with discretion and sensitivity. In addition to providing photos of the service itself, candid shots of family and friends will be treasured for years to come. After all, other than weddings, there is probably no other time when so many family members gather in one place. Shortly after the service, the photo album can be burned onto a CD or posted online for others to see.
More and more people are videotaping the funeral service as well because it is now possible to provide a funeral video quickly and affordably. There are two types of video used in these instances. The most common is a memorial tribute video that documents the life of the deceased. The other is a videotaping of the service itself. Both can be easily shared with loved ones on the Internet or on a DVD. You can even stream the video as a webcast, so those who aren’t able to attend the service can watch it live.