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What can you include in your memorial video?

When a loved one passes, many people decide to create a video memorial to honor and remember them. Time is usually short, and often it's hard for love ones to make it through the process. Our job is to make it comfortable as possible and help create-truly memorable memorial tributes to their loved ones which will be treasured for years to come.

"What the next generation will value most is not what we owned but the evidence of who we were - and how we loved."

                                      Ellen Goodman

The basis for most funeral slideshows is a series of personal pictures. But what else can you include apart from photographs? Well, the idea is to gather as much and as varied material as possible that helps convey and preserve the uniqueness of your loved one. 

8 Things to Consider for

your Memorial Video

1. STORIES: A passing is often the occasion for families to reunite - sons and daughters fly in (sometimes from interstate or even overseas) and people's thoughts turn to the happy memories. Some people will be writing and presenting eulogies. We try to take advantage of these impromptu reunions and capture short recollections of the subject from family and friends; often informally before the event. Where we can't record the person directly, we record via webcam or just record audio over the telephone (Zoom can help with this) and have it played over an image of the person telling the story.

2. OLD VIDEO FOOTAGE: In most cases there is video footage of your love one somewhere in the family. You just have to ask! Nothing brings a person back into our memories better than film - ideally with audio also.

3. CARDS AND LETTERS: Grandparents - especially - accumulate cards and artwork from their grandchildren. I have never met a grandparent who has thrown away a single picture or letter from a grandchild! These can also be included in the video memorial to show how loved and honored the person was in life.

4. POEMS, SAYINGS & QUOTATIONS: Death, for all its pain, is a prompt to ponder the big issues in life. And a collection of sentiments that the person lived by or that represent their beliefs and philosophies helps us to focus our thoughts. Sometimes a person was known for their sayings or homilies. These can be included as simple text screens or as text "crawls".

5. VOICE-OVER: One member of the family is often designated to present an overview of the person's life at the service. That same person is often well placed to supply narration or voice over for the visual elements of the video memorial. Sometimes it's enough for the person to review the images and other visual material then say a few words about some of them. You can even use your cellphone.

6. CLIPPINGS & MEMORABILIA: Some people have been featured in newspapers or magazines or have kept scrapbooks of high school or college athletic or arts achievements. Some people have trophies and awards, or collections.

7. HANDWRITING: I always try to include samples of the subject's handwriting. It may be from a photo description, an old (possibly last) shopping list, or it may be a letter written a long time ago or even recently. It may be a signature from a driver's license or passport.

8. WEB POSTING: With the vast choice of free online web hosting available, many people opt to post their video memorial so that it is available at any time and from any computer for any friend or family member.

Contact us about your Memorial Videos & Tributes today!

           Call us 410-908-3338

                        or

kellyvisionproduction@gmail.com

 

      Our services available

  outside of Baltimore, Md.

This is a lot to think about, especially if time is short. But after a while, perhaps with the anniversary of a passing coming up, folks sometimes revisit the love one of the video memorial. With the additional time and thought, a fitting video tribute can be created with photos, and other important artifacts of the life.

Death is life's greatest challenge. But it is only in death that we come to appreciate the true gift and miracle of a life. We encourage people to use the burst of emotion and energy that accompanies these occasions to create a fitting tribute to their loved one.

We can create your video from anywhere in the world. We can download your videos, pictures, and more to create your love one tribute video:)
 

WHY HAVE A VIDEO ON YOUR WEBSITE?

Firstly, having a video on your website is an effective SEO technique. Because Google highly rate them, a website with a video will be higher on search results than a website without. The video itself would appear in search results, so they are great for generating traffic to your website.

              FACT

A well-informed, interesting video will catch a viewer’s attention for two minutes or more, and that’s before they’ve even explored the site. The average internet user stays on a site for 42 seconds, but nearly six minutes on a video site, meaning an 833% increase with the presence of a video.

 

CONTACTS

Baltimore, Maryland

Tel: 410-908-3338

 

E-Mail: kellyvisionproduction@gmail.com

 

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