$59 for One-Hour Studio-Photo-Shoot Package with Image DVD and Retouching at Jay Lolli Studios ($542.40 Total Value)

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Photographer Jay Lolli’s shoots include extras such as a DVD of 100 high-resolution images, and web hosting

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$59 for a One-Hour Studio Photo Shoot Package (a $542.40 total value, including tax)

  • One-hour studio photo shoot with Jay Lolli (a $275 value)
  • Retouching for three images (a $135 value)
  • DVD of 100 high-resolution images (a $35 value)
  • Web hosting for images (a $35 value) <p>

Jay Lolli Studios

Versatile photographer Jay Lolli shoots family portraits just as artistically as he captures the vibrant orange of a Fanta can. Though he has recently focused on fashion-editorial spreads, his commercial shots also pop with magazine-quality crispness. Subjects posing for creative portraiture can showcase their unique personalities by donning boxing gloves to show strength, swirling scarves to demonstrate their grace, or simply smiling in the belief that the flash will transform their teeth into money.


  • “Quick and Painless for our family of 4 (including a newborn and 2-year-old)... with Beautiful photos in hand when the session was complete. Very happy.”

  • “Loved the experience... Satisfied with results... Will tell others”

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    1266 Queen St W

    Toronto, Ontario M6J 1L3

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