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Every family and every person has a story to tell. Let us help you tell yours by creating a legacy video that will be cherished for generations to come. At Legacy Video Productions, we specialize in the creation of life story and family legacy videos and offer comprehensive video production services using professional cameras, lights, and sound equipment that will bring your stories to life.
The gift your children and grandchildren will treasure most is your family history, professionally preserved to share now and to pass forward into the future. Using pro-grade cameras, lighting, and sound equipment, Legacy Video Productions will help you create a family legacy video that will bring your history and your stories to life and preserve them for the future.
There is no better way to honor your loved ones than by giving them the gift of immortality with a professional video documentary of their lives that will be cherished for generations to come. There is an ancient proverb that reads, "When an elder dies, a library burns down." Help preserve your family's legacy with a professional legacy video production.
Estate planners and wealth managers can benefit by offering family legacy videography services to their clients.
"Memories grow fuzzy. Relationships slip away. Stories go untold. Even important facts like wedding dates, a childhood home address, or the 'secret' ingredient to Grandma's chili can fade away in less than a generation. If you've ever puzzled over the nameless, unrecognizable faces in an old photo, you know this frustrating feeling of loss.
A pixelated face alone won't give you the fuller, 3-D portrait of the person: their likes and dislikes, wishes and regrets, quirks and contributions, everyday habits and major life milestones. What was their outlook on life? What wisdom did they collect over the years? What, and who, influenced them and mattered most?
These are the bits and pieces parents and adult children don't always get around to talking about in the busy course of daily life. Even things we 'know' we risk forgetting. Other details we never knew, and eventually lose the chance to retrieve."
-excerpt from An Oral History: Preserve Your Family's Story by Paula Spencer Scott
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