Celebration of Life Video & Photo Services
Welcome to our website where you can find information about our funeral services and pricing. Losing a loved one is never easy, and we understand that planning a funeral can be a daunting task. That's why Weecks Productions is committed to providing compassionate and personalized service to help you honor and celebrate the life of your loved one.
Our pricing brochure is available for you to view below, which outlines the cost of our funeral services and any additional options that may be available to you. We believe in transparency when it comes to pricing, so you can feel confident that you are making informed decisions that fit within your budget. Please take a moment to review our pricing brochure below and do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation with one of our team members. Please note, Weecks Productions does not provide services for outdoor events when the temperature exceeds 100° Fahrenheit.
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For more information, please use the contact form below or contact us by calling our office at (623) 850-3275. One of our representatives will be happy to further discuss our memorial production services.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I purchase a package with one or two video cameras and what is the difference?
1 camera and operator
With one camera and operator, the advantage is that it costs less. The downside to this is that there is only one camera recording so if for instance a guest at the service stands in front of the camera, there is a glare from lights pointed at the camera, etc., part of the service may not be visible. The camera can be moved but there is no backup shot to fill in the gap, so the final product will have the camera reframing movement shown. If a guest is talking, sniffling, or if it's windy near the camera, having one camera takes away the option of using the second on-camera microphone as a backup audio source. One camera can certainly be done and is our most popular option, but we would recommend blocking off a particular area where the service is held to make sure guests are aware of the camera.
2 cameras and operators
This package is more expensive but allows for more complete coverage and editing options. In the scenario mentioned above, a second camera would be placed in a different portion of the church and graveside so there would be an additional angle of the service. If one camera is blocked or moving, the second angle will be used during editing for a flawless transition. The other benefit of two cameras is that the on-camera microphones both may provide additional audio sources in case of radio interference with our wireless microphones, wind, etc.
This video sample was recorded with two cameras and one wireless audio kit. The first camera (Camera 1) shows the soldier walking to the casket and saluting while the other (Camera 2) is focused on the horn player standing about 20 yards away. When the horn player is shown on Camera 2, the Camera 1 operator physically moved the camera to a different spot. Camera 1 is shown again at 1 minute and 40 seconds, and the various camera angles being used can be seen throughout the video with seamless edits. One camera would have been able to capture this service and still show everything, however, the camera movements would have been noticeably visible.