Retouch Factory is committed to serving its community, whether by helping clients preserve cherished memories through photographs, by strengthening local businesses with logo-design services, or by donating 7 percent of its proceeds to charity. The founder, an active member of the United States Air Force, strongly believes in the Air Force's values and strives to work hard for each client.
Retouch's photographers snap pictures of weddings and families, and they particularly love capturing candid moments of wedding parties sharing a laugh over an inside joke or babies throwing an adorable tantrum over not having coconut water on set. When creating business logos, Retouch's designers don't just do something because it looks good—they do extensive research on the market they're designing for and on the product itself in order to create the best possible design.
Featured on My Fair Wedding, The September Rose handcrafts and customizes couture wedding invitations, save the dates, place cards, and more for grooms and brides-to-be. Foretell momentous marriages with $150 worth of save the dates (starting $1.50 each), which stylishly suggest that friends and families mark their calendars and avoid scheduling snafus. The boutique shop offers free samples and consultations to help the harried and un-married pick out decorative details, match save the dates to invitations, or pair three-tiered wedding cakes with the subtle flavor of A7 envelope glue. The September Rose also carries programs (starting at $2.50 each), place cards (starting at $0.75 each), menus (starting at $1.25 each), and engagement-party invitations (starting at $1.50 each), as well as handmade, couture wedding invitations (starting at $7 each).
Through photos, videos, and the in-between—short videos turned into photo flipbooks—Kapture provides a fun way preserve memories of weddings, birthdays, dances, trade shows, and other events. Photo-booth sessions are updated from dusty machines in malls to a party's star attraction, where guests can pose—egged on by an interactive video of an outrageous photographer in SuperBooth sessions—and take home custom photo strips as souvenirs. The focus on modern technology is apparent in Instabooth sessions, where Kapture sets up an Instagram hashtag for easy social-media sharing, perfect for photos of friends or carefully filtered snapshots of food. For a more traditional way to remember special days, unobtrusive videographers and photographers are available.
Teensy toes and fingers. Pristine white gowns and crisp tuxes. Shiny black graduation caps and gowns. The photographers at Clix N Pics immortalize fleeting memories in photographs, from newborns' first weeks of life to wedding days to graduation moments. They also shoot families, bar and bat mitzvahs, and sweet 16 parties, among other special occasions.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”
The staff at DMF Productions captures moments during all of life's memorable events, from weddings and birthday parties to baptisms and traffic court, so clients don’t forget anything from their special day. They also work video cameras for commercials and feature films and execute postproduction with a variety of graphic-software services.