Funeral Slideshows to help you relive your treasured memories
“I find true joy in creating videos that touch people’s hearts” Andrew Ross Owner & Founder of Edit My Life
“The sorrow we feel when we lose a loved one is the price we pay to have had them in our lives.” Rob Liano
What Is A Funeral Slideshow
A funeral slideshow is a wonderful way to share and celebrate a life. It’s an opportunity to create a long-lasting memorial to the one you have loved, respected, and cherished.
Incorporating music, photos, and keepsakes, Edit My Life, situated in the Upper North Shore of Sydney, crafts a timeline story of your loved one’s life, celebrating those special moments and reflecting those treasured times starting at $395.
Only in death do we truly learn gratitude for the miracle of life, and a beautifully created professional slideshow provides a lasting tribute to your loved one who has passed.
Why Choose Us
What Our Clients Say
Andrew went above and beyond and created a beautiful slide show that allowed us to share memories of my dad’s life with those attending the funeral as well as those family members that weren’t able to to attend. Furthermore we now have a lovely keepsake stored digitally that is safe, secure and can be shared and cherished for years to come.
During the edit process - nothing was too difficult for Andrew. He gladly accommodated some changes that I wanted to make and even added in some additional photos that I happened to find in my dad’s things after I had delivered the first batch of images ... AND ... he was super fast ... turning the job around in less the 48 hours! Everything about the final product was great, including the music choice!
Furthermore, Andrew is just a lovely guy with a patient, caring demeanour ... and that was greatly needed and appreciated during a difficult time. My sister and I had tonnes on our ‘plate’ when organising our dad’s funeral and it was really great to be able to put this job in Andrew’s capable hands and just rest assured that it would be taken care of and done well.
Andrew, you created a wonderful tribute to my dad’s life! Thank you so much!
Questions & Answers
Here are few of the most common questions we get asked …
No, you don’t need to scan your own photos, but you can if you want to.
Fortunately, there are a few options here …
- Download an app on your Smartphone to scan the photos (review of 8 scanning apps)
- Scan the photos on your home printer/scanner saving them on your computer.
- Purchase a photo scanner specifically to scan your photos saving them on your computer.
- Outsourcing the photo scanning to a company like DVD Infinity
Within 24 hours, however if you would like changes it may take longer.