Live Streaming

The year of 2020 brought many challenges. Events were shut down, as were many businesses. Weddings were shrunk, posing new challenges for those getting married. The same thing happened to funerals, to church services, and pretty much anything where people are.

Our owner thought that something should be done regarding this. We looked at this as a service to the community, not a new money making scheme. We realized people were missing seeing their Aunt who passed away in another state weren't able to watch the funeral. We heard from people who were cut from the guest list at a wedding, due to COVID limitations. It really created a lot of hardships for our fellow brothers and sisters in our communities.

We do this, because we are able to and it is right. As we are a video and photography company, we already had cameras. It only required a few new pieces of equipment to make sure we could video stream these events. We even purchased an internet hotspot and an external power supply to make sure that we can be anywhere people need us. Yes, we have streamed a wedding and a cemetery service (not for the same person, thank goodness!) far away from power and wifi service.

Even though we went with one of the best hotspot providers (Verizon), even they have some dead spots. We will verify the location has signal prior to booking your service. We don't want to let you down.

How much does it cost to do this? Not thousands. Hundreds. And not even $995. We start our streaming services at $295 for a one camera setup at your wedding ceremony. We will include a recording for a bit more.

Are you interested? Contact us by clicking here, and I hope that we can help by serving you in this tough time.