With a plethora of frame and mat samples, Deck The Walls can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (diploma framing starts at about $100), dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24"x36" pieces are under $100), and sports jerseys shine (starting at about $300). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. Deck The Walls' lifetime guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means that your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground, commercial framing facilities.
Couples, families, and children assume positions amid one of eight sets including a Wild West?inspired saloon, a log cabin, or a Victorian parlor and pose for experienced professional photographers at Three Sisters Old Time Photos. Women posing for boudoir photos may also opt for the sets, or more traditional boudoir set-ups, such as near a neutral window with drapes. The photographers have over 30 years of combined experience and have snapped shots for brand names such as Reebok. Black-and-white, sepia, and color prints are ready mere minutes after the session.
Miss Julie?s Old Time Photo invites visitors to don a flashy costume and relive the past with fun, glamorous portraits. Couples, kids, families, and even pets dress up like 1920s gangsters, Victorian gentlefolk, cowboys, and saloon patrons in period-piece surroundings. Each photo arrives in full color, black and white, or misty sepia tone, with custom-made Ozark frames available to display portraits.
Foxy's Old Time Photo invites visitors to don a flashy costume and relive the past with fun, glamorous portraits. Couples, kids, families, and even pets dress up like 1920s gangsters, Victorian gentlefolk, cowboys, and saloon patrons in period-piece surroundings. Each photo arrives in full color, black and white, or misty sepia tone, with custom-made Ozark frames available to display portraits.
Veteran shutterbug Cara Dee Stucke honed her artistic eye in 27 years in the portrait-photography field and today attends annual workshops and seminars to stay abreast of modern techniques. Cara Dee snaps elegant, contemporary shots of weddings, families, and high-school seniors using high-tech equipment such as 21.5-megapixel sensor cameras and light-bending hand claps. Before each photo session, the creative team can proffer wardrobe and makeup consultations, taking time to heed customers' requests for the overall vibe of the shoot.
On-location sessions voyage into the tranquil confines of nature for a romantic ambiance, and shoots in the CaraDee Photography studio allow for edgy, urban-theme photos with self-provided props. Images make their way onto prints of all sizes, emblazoned on top-quality metallic or lustrous papers, custom-created books, and videos replete with music.
The photos we leave behind may be the only way for future generations to see the styles and personalities we bear. That’s why the professional makeup artists and photographers at Glamour Shots strive to capture the true essence of a person with their shoots. Whether commemorating a milestone event or a successful trip to the grocery store, each session begins with the shop’s signature full airbrush and style makeover, which works to prevent unwanted shine while imparting a chic aesthetic. Makeup artists tailor looks to the purpose of the shoot, imparting children with a red-cheeked glow and boudoir subjects with a dark, seductive color palette.
Photographers encourage everyone to bring a few outfits and props from home, allowing them to give each photo shoot an individualized touch without snapping close-ups of their subjects’ fingerprints. Clients get to see the photos immediately so they can approve the looks and order their favorite shots in the form of pictures, phone cases, or calendars. A professional lab then prints out the chosen items using a range of color finishes—including colorization to make one color pop and the company's signature Glamour Touch retouching—onto made-to-last Kodak paper.