I sincerely do not mind searching for markers of your loved ones and will even travel to nearby cemeteries specifically to get you that desired photo. However, if you are requesting I visit a cemetery for you and take a picture of a marker or markers, please provide the location of the grave within the cemetery, specifically the section. Some of these cemeteries have thousands of graves as well as rest on quite a few acres.
Also, some cemeteries are reluctant to provide a grave location to non-family members. However, as a family member, you should be able to contact the cemetery and they should provide you that information. With the number of requests I get, I cannot pose as a family member for everyone.
Also, let me know if the marker is an upright marker or a flush marker. A lot of flush markers can be hidden by overgrowth, leaves, or freshly cut grass, especially if they have been in place for several years. So, help me help you by providing the requested information. Otherwise, I will just keep your loved one's name on a list in case I stumble across their grave as I am searching for another grave.
Lastly, if you would like for me to transfer any memorials to you, just ask. It is easier for you to manage a memorial for someone who is related to you and not related to me.