Named 2009 Photofinisher of the Year by Photo Industry Reporter, Lakeside Camera Photoworks offers photographic and video services in a boutique environment. This deal is good for photofinishing services ranging from commemorative mugs ($18) to wrapped canvas prints ($89–$346). Skyping empty nesters can turn a high school grad portrait into a fun mouse pad ($17), or create a custom photo book ($14–$312) filled with naked baby pictures, to show to each and every one of junior’s new college girlfriends. Come in and watch a stack of family photos magically transform into T-shirts ($17), calendars ($18–$29), and canvas totes ($26). All products are created in-house, which ensures timely service, and both shops are filled with attentive staff members to help realize your photos' full potential. Unlike many mega photo conglomerates, which employ cold-blooded reptilians and indifferent robots to do all their retouching, Lakeside Camera Photoworks hires humans to put final touches on every product they make.
From intimate boudoir gifts to mantle-worthy family portraits, the shutterbug behind La Femme Image wields the camera with one goal in mind: to summon the most stunning version of you. The expert photographer can forever memorialize a couple's big wedding day, take headshots for an upcoming audition, or capture a cute child on film before it grows up and develops its exoskeleton and antenna.
Revelle’s Art & Framing by Design offers high-quality frames, framing supplies, and an assortment of artwork and jewelry designed by local artists. Prices vary according to the size and nature of the project, but frame-seekers can enhance the edges of family photos or rare collectors’-item nude portraits of Herbert Hoover with a custom 11”x14” frame ($50), chosen from a select group that includes black-, gold-, and silver-lined frames featuring anti-UV-ray glass, archival matting and backing, and a strong magnetic attraction to walls. Customers can also opt to shop the shop’s selection of New Orleans Saints memorabilia, soy candles, artisan jewelry, and decorative fleur-de-lis crafts hand-made by modern French monarchs.
Mystic Photo Booth customizes packages to suit all client needs. They can setup the camera cubby as an open-air booth or enclose it with black and red curtains for a traditional design. Equipped with a DSLR camera, 15-inch touchscreen monitor, and dye-sublimation printer, it zips out lab-quality prints in less than 15 seconds. The layout of those photo strips can be customized, and customers can emblazon them with their own logos. All packages come with props to pose, unlimited prints, and a CD that includes every image from the event.
Booya! Photo Booth attendants set up, man, and breakdown portrait booths during all kinds of events. Up to 10 partygoers can say cheese and pantomime with included props against a variety of backdrops, before the booth prints out tangible evidence of their existence. After the party, hosts will receive a CD filled with digital copies of every picture taken.
Duplantier Fine Framing's art wranglers corral wayward images from masterpieces to family photos within the bounds of their well-wrought custom frames. Preserve a 16”x20” or 18”x24” piece between the sleek lines of basic metal moulding, with premium glass and foam-core backing to ensure comfortable displays for well-appointed portraits or oversize lottery checks (pieces start around $100). Prints 14”x18” earn well-deserved breathing room with spacers between the print and glass, the extra air adding unmated buoyancy to newborn pastels. Although prices fluctuate based on size, selection, and Brazil's watercolor harvest, every frame is custom-made, by hand using state-of-the-art equipment, ensuring that memorabilia stays attractively preserved for years to come.