FastFrame’s certified, professional framers encapsulate a range of photos, prints, diplomas, and sports memorabilia, preserving them with skilled craftsmanship and custom artistry. Many projects start at around $100, but prices vary greatly, depending on size, scope, and if the framed goods are pilfered from the Louvre. Openly browse through the store's 2,000+ collection of frames, including classic guilds, ornate frames wearing a mantle of gold bedecked in raised flowers and vines, and the Funky and Fun wood frames spackled with a dense coating of glitter. FastFrame's preservationists also honor a 30-day guarantee on all custom designs, allowing owners to return pieces for a redesign if they don’t complement the tree house’s décor. All materials and workmanship are guaranteed for life.
Hungary, 1964: Viktor's grandparents first looked through the lens of a camera and saw their future as professional photographers. Dallas, 2013: Viktor carries on that vision as a third-generation photographer, snapping shots under the banner of Zalafoto USA. "[I] grew up spending many hours a day in [the] photo studio, where I learned my people skills," Viktor says, tying his ability to put clients as their ease to his success at creating charming, naturalistic portraits. He photographs his subjects at every stage of life, in-studio or on-location. Viktor captures the first smiles of newborns in cribs, the dual grins of couples on their wedding days, and the multiplied beaming expressions of parents and children as they pose for in- and outdoor portraits. He also turns his eye toward inanimate objects, snapping product photography of jewelry, furniture, and husbands for sale.
Alfonso Ayala, who's been snapping photos for more than a decade and has professional graphic-design experience, loves to capture life's happiest moments, which is why he specializes in wedding and family photography. He also loves the technical aspect of photography and spends his free time experimenting with lights, equipment, and accessories, such as lens toupees, to figure out what steps he needs to take to capture the best image. Artful close-ups, classic portraits, and candid kisses pepper his portfolio, which represents a range of wedding vignettes.
Whether she's framing a sultry boudoir pose, an actor's headshot, a couple's wedding vows, or a proud high-school senior, Victoria Schklair keeps her eyes peeled for fleeting candid moments to capture on film. During her on-location and in-studio sessions, she harnesses natural light to frame her clients using a photojournalistic style. After reviewing each color or black-and-white shot, Victoria preserves her best images as edited and retouched proofs, in panoramic press books, and on DVD slideshows set to music or a favorite political sound bite.
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.”