While prices vary depending on finishing quality, customers can display wild-captured moments for as little as $0.25 for a 4''x6'' print. Professionally processed photos and portraits come emblazoned on Kodak Endura Luster paper, starting at $0.45 cents per 4''x6'' print, and going up to $1.49 for each 5''x7'' image. Those seeking larger sized photos to liven up shamelessly bare mantles can enlarge a print to sizes such as 11''x14'' ($7.95) or 24''x30'' ($45), a size well-suited for hiding a hole caused by a rogue wrecking ball.
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.”
Daniel Lonchena of Silverwind Photography believes life is magic, but that it’s also a bullet train going by. He also believes that photography is just the tool to stop that bullet train. With an eye for composition and lighting, he captures important moments in time during wedding, engagement, and boudoir photo shoots so that his clients can hold on to them for prosperity.
Little Blue Sister Gifts specializes in hand crafting personalized photo cosmetic bags,totes and shoulder bags. The bags make fabulous gifts for any occasion. You will be a hit for giving the most thoughtful, personalized gift. It's so easy! It's so personal! It's so perfect!
Photographer Charlene Potts specializes in capturing some of life’s biggest milestones: new babies, engagements, weddings, high-school grads, and her specialty of pet portraits. Prior to each session, Charlene meets with subjects and furry family members in their homes to discuss personal style and various wall-art options in their space. Her portrait sessions generally last 90 minutes, with a follow-up appointment a few weeks later to review prints. Held 10 days after each session, the follow-up appointment includes a viewing of prints and selection of favorite images. She also provides an online gallery where family, friends, and online avatars who happen to be art critics can view the pictures. She shares her craft in other ways, too. She regularly leads photography classes in which she teaches students about composition, exposure, and camera operations.
Featured by Metromix, Odyssey Printwear earns their praise by outfitting kids, adults, and pets with festive guises and screen-printed apparel. The 5,000-square-foot emporium’s Halloween section stocks getups ($15–$250) that let parents dress infants as pea pods, transform little girls into Snow White, and teach adolescents about the importance of cake sharing with Marie Antoinette duds. Adult revelers don pointed hats and vampiric wigs ($10–$35) or acquiesce to their dog's demands to dress as their favorite Star Wars character.