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Funeral Photography Service

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CeremonyCast’s funeral photography documents the story of a lifetime discreetly, professionally and respectfully

Covering Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, Hunter Valley, Wollongong, Blue Mountains & Southern Highlands

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Heartfelt Funeral Photography

Treasured memories captured with care and consideration by CeremonyCast’s professional funeral photographer

Funeral photography showing a woman putting her hand on a mourner's back in comfort as a funeral mass begins


We have extensive experience at funerals giving us the required insight and understanding


We capture the details, events and emotions of all funeral ceremonies whether religious or secular

to Heal

Reflecting on your visual record of farewell helps with healing and reconcilliation as time passes

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We work with discretion, respect and consideration for the family


We can accompany you to the graveside to document the final farewell (Optional Extra)


Funerals can be overwhelming so we preserve the moments you may have missed


Our photographs help to create a lasting legacy as you say farewell and pay tribute to a life lived


The Wake is a chance to relax, swap memories and celebrate the story of a lifetime.


Photographs help create a unique contribution to family history for current and future generations

Funeral Photography FAQ

What’s included in your Funeral Photography package?

Our photography service starts as people arrive, documenting the hearse, coffin, signing table, floral tributes etc. During the ceremony we carefully and discreetly capture all the important and meaningful details – such as the procession, the eulogies and tributes, the personal symbols, the location and the attendees. After the ceremony we take more photos as the hearse departs. For memorials with no coffin present, we have an eye for capturing the different focal points this kind of ceremony provides.

The photographer also attends the wake to capture the celebration of life, balancing the more difficult emotions of earlier in the day. The photographer is present for 1.5 hours at the ceremony and 1.5 hours at the wake.

We then prepare your gallery, individually selecting and editing photos. Some moments may be presented in black and white at the artistic discretion of the photographer. The private online gallery will be curated with 7 to 10 days and a link sent to the family for viewing, sharing, downloading and printing. You can expect around 250 photos.

What is your approach to taking funeral photos?

Our funeral photographer has extensive experience helping families to record the events and emotions of funerals. We understand the unique considerations and challenges of such sensitive situations. We work unobtrusively with much care, respect and discretion, always mindful of our presence and the needs and wishes of those around. We’ll be guided by you over who, what and when you want us to photograph.

Can you photograph the burial as well?

Yes we can. We’ll work with you to make sure every element that you need is taken care of.

Can you also live stream the funeral?

Yes. CeremonyCast provides a full live streaming and video recording service for funerals. See our funeral live streaming page for full details.