Bris – Brit Milah Photographer in London
Mazel Tov! It’s a boy!
I was invited to photograph the Brit-Milah ceremony of a precious newborn boy a couple of years ago for first time and since then I’ve been invited to many Bris ceremonies as a photographer. We charge a flat fee of £450 inclusive of many things, please take a look at the prices section and if you have any questions, we’ll be happy to help you out.
Brit Milah Cinematic Video
We call it “Words of Devotion” – that’s a top trend now, please get in touch, you must see it. Shortly, it’s about a short cinematic film following a script prepared and staged by both you and us. It may be grandfather, rabbi, father or all together … reading a script or speaking by heart words of advice and devotion to the newborn baby, while holding the baby as if they talk to each other. This is a unique memory to be kept secretly and be projected on their Bar Mitzvah or wedding day later on. We film with at least 2 cameras, capturing close ups, details and wide angles to complete the story. It’s priceless having in mind that some people leave our lives before our Bar Mitzvah or wedding and your boy or girl will have a great heart touching memory of them forever. Think about it, how awesome it is!
And something for you dear visitor who don’t know what Brit Milah is. Brit Milah is a meaningful celebration. A Jewish tradition celebrated on the eight day of a baby boy’s life. The Bris – another way to name Brit Milah is a custom originated in biblical times, and since the dawn of Judaism, it has served as a physical symbol of the Jewish faith. This Jewish lifecycle event for baby boys is held on the eighth day of life, assuming baby is healthy enough. Many parents create a celebration around the circumcision ceremony, and invite friends and family to meet the newest member of their family.
The Brit Milah ceremony bestows honors on the special people in the baby’s life who will have the opportunity to hold the child and welcome him. Sherman honors any great-grandparents in attendance and the baby’s namesake whose soul, according to Jewish tradition, is now forever intertwined with a new one. Cantor Sherman admits he is one of the funniest guys you’ll ever meet, but he leaves his shtick at home while on call.
While some families turn to doctors to circumcise their sons while still in the hospital, a traditional Bris involves a traditional mohel, who is trained in the ritual of circumcision. Mohels like Cantor Sherman perform circumcisions exclusively and on a full-time basis, and will ensure the ceremony is in accordance with Jewish law. Many mohels have done tens of thousands of circumcisions (Cantor Sherman has done over 21,000 circumcisions throughout his career!) and receive referrals from the medical community. A mohel usually circumcizes the baby in less than 15 seconds with no advanced preparations. If you don’t know a mohel, you can ask your doctor for a recommendation, or call you local Jewish community center. There’s also a helpful list here.
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We have and would be happy to recommend Peter Lane photography to family and friends.
- Some baby photos before the ceremony
- Portraits with the family before or after the ceremony
- Documentary coverage of the ceremony
- High Resolution images, all digitally edited
- Speedy image delivery - fastest in UK, up to two days after the event
- Private Online gallery for six months
- £150 - extra professional photographer
- £290 - Top Quality Brit Milah album
Brit Milah Documentary Video
- One operator
- Documentary coverage
- One DVD SD quality
- £400 - Extra camera man
- £50 - DVD burn & duplication each
Words of Devotion Cinematic Movie
- Script driven story - ASK FOR DETAILS/]
- Cinematic movie
- To be played on baby's Bar Mitzvah or Wedding
- Two operators
- High quality sound recording
- Full HD delivery online or USB stick
- £160 - Synagogue rehearsal
- £400 - Extra camera man
- £450 - Drone areal footage
- £400 - Crane operator
- £400 - Add on to documentary coverage of the day
- £50 - DVD/BluRay burn & duplication each
- To book the day 1/3 of the agreed total amount is required, and the balance due up to 20 days before the event - cash is OK too.