PRIVATE OR PUBLIC LIVE STREAMING AND RECORDINGS
ABOUT OUR FUNERAL SERVICES...
The ceremony above was filmed and streamed on the funeral home Facebook page by Live Media Company, a sister studio to Maring Visuals of which we work on projects together all over the world.
Maring Visuals is a photography and video production studio with a lifelong commitment to serving families throughout their journey capturing love, relationships, meaningful life events such a weddings, children’s coming of age stories, and so much more. For many, Maring is their go to, and trusted, lifelong family photographer and artist...
Funerals and wake services are a part of that journey, and they are part of how we celebrate those who we have loved and lossed. Yet, all too often, those close to the deceased are unable to attend services due to distance, illness, or a myriad of other reasons as well. Other times, the deceased may be well known in the community, a fallen hero, or somebody loved throughout the world. And, sadly there are times when tragedy takes a life, and the family is overwhelmed by the media... In these situations Maring gives families an opportunity to to have control over how the story is told, and shared with the world. The beauty of live streaming is that it can be done publicly for all, or privately through password protection.
Whatever the case, Maring can be there to help in these moments, and we pride ourselves in the way we capture and share these moments with all who wish to be there. The latest advancements in live streaming technology allow us to discreetly and unobtrusively film and/or live stream these moments with broadcast quality audio and video from multiple cameras and live switch camera angles to offer a wide perspective view, as well as close-up angles during speeches or eulogies. We can have up to 4 angles to choose from at any given time.
We also offer beautifully presented memorial options for the films to be archived as well, which include elegant boxes to display on a mantle containing a USB drive with the film on it, and even an archival photo-box with printed photographs of their life story inside to compliment the film.