Studio Innovations lives up to its name, and the proof is in its galleries of quirky and original portrait sessions. Whether photographing babies, high-school seniors, or genius babies graduating high school, the staff never hesitates to incorporate creative props into the high-contrast, boldly colored prints. Nowhere are the studio's ace editing skills more on display than in their pinup shoots, which capture coquettish frames of ladies amid vintage kitchen and dinner backdrops. Gals can transform their best shots into a calendar, deck of playing cards, or leather-bound portfolio.
Queen of the Tees handcrafts girlie, glittery T-shirts that celebrate sports teams, school organizations, cheer & pom, and any other source of spirited celebration. Its online yearbook shows off classic designs with sparkling letters that might read Go Big Red or I’m shouting for no reason. Customers can purchase individual or bulk-ordered shirts that display the design of their choosing.
Though an avid moment catcher since his childhood, Tim Swan began his profession photography career in 1985, honing his digital skills through the technical training he received while serving in the military. Today, he and his wife of 19 years, Tabitha, collaborate on a variety of photo-shoot styles, including weddings, senior pictures, and family portraits, to capture each subject's distinct personality and produce images that are both natural and free of scene-stealing sea gulls.
From old-timey fax machines to new-timey digital scanners and a surplus of shipping options, PostNet is perfectly positioned to keep up with busy paper pushers and merchandise mailers. Armies of matchmaking photocopiers and printers make hard-copy back-ups of important documents, such as birth certificates or Chinese takeout menus ($0.09 cents per black-and-white copy, $0.39 for full-color copy), and scanners plug analog paper into the matrix (prices vary depending on volume and storage method).
We offer a wide range of photography and video services including: weddings, events, child & family portraits, business headshots, senior pictures, passports, digital printing, film processing, 120 & B&W processing, image scanning, custom cards, video editing, slideshows, digital restoration and much more!
Seasoned shutterbug Joel “Gus” Archer takes pride in watching his photography students develop new skills and a visual voice as he leads a variety of classes that can benefit novice and experienced photographers alike. Beginners learn to wield their new Nikons, Canons, iPhones, or optically implanted cameras in group classes or deepen their talents in sports, underwater, or macro photography. In addition to teaching the general population, Joel has shared his expertise to train law-enforcement agencies from the International Association of Arson Investigators to the Oklahoma Sheriffs’ Association, as well as the Junior League of Oklahoma City. When Joel isn’t teaching, he draws from his Swedish and Cherokee heritage to inform his breadth of work and compiles tutorials such as his upcoming book, Dark Dirty Secrets of Digital Photography.