Photography in Washington, D. C.


$40 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing

Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing

Multiple Locations

Professional framers, many of who are artists themselves, help you design a custom frame for your cherished works of art

$100 $40

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Custom Framing at International Art Gallery and Custom Framing (Up to 61% Off). Two Options Available.

International Art Gallery and Custom Framing

Washington

Large range of custom framing options, from gold-leaf frames to traditional wood, and everything from simple glass options to museum-quality

$150 $59

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$49 for $200 Worth of Custom Framing from 18th Street Framing

18th Street Framing

18th Street Framing

Technicians frame portraits, posters, photos, and 3D artifacts using a stock of 4,000+ frames

$200 $49

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500 Business Cards, 1,000 Business Postcards, or $20 for $40 worth of Printing Services at Web2Print USA

Web2Print USA

Washington

Printers create full-color business cards or larger postcards to promote their businesses; other services include banners and brochures

$48 $15

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$99 for a One-Hour Boudoir Photo Shoot Digital Images at Three Boudoir ($430 Value)

Three Boudoir

Three Boudoir

An all-female staff that includes a former Playboy model directs boudoir photo shoots that aim to make women feel sulltry and confident

$430 $99

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$214 for $475 Worth of Studio Photography — Nate Tyler Photography

Nate Tyler Photography

Capitol Hill

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$475 $214

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$40 for a 60-Minute Photo Shoot with CD and Retouched Images from Oak Street Studio (80% Off)

Oak Street Studio

Washington

Relaxed and casual atmosphere; let the creativity come out in you

$200 $40

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Boost Your Photo Skills with a Veteran NYT Photojournalist

Hands-On Photography Class

Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery

Sam D’Amico, a veteran of 500 assignments with the New York Times, helps you master composition and camera functions at the Kogod Courtyard

$75

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Select Local Merchants

  • Frame of Mine
    Frame of Mine's experienced staffers are masters of preserving frame-worthy items behind protective barriers of glass. The framers—many of whom sport prettily framed degrees in art—are able to frame nearly anything, from family portraits and graduation-day tickets to unsuspecting pets. Capture a mug shot in an 8"x10" frame ($87), or encase an heirloom mirror inside a 16"x20" option ($150). Custom frames include matting and glass, and do-it-yourself framing is available at lower prices.
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    522 8th St SE
    Washington, DC US
  • The Frame Shop
    The staffers at The Frame Shop, KH Art Lorton, and Art & Framing Studio of Kingstowne stock top-quality Larson-Juhl moldings in a spectrum of thicknesses, materials, and colors. To fit mats to these frames, the staffers cut them with precise tools such as Wizard International machines and dangerously sharp yardsticks. Their techniques include cutting v-grooves into mats and matching eye-catching glass with eco-friendly framing materials.
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    300 D Street Southwest
    Washington, DC US
  • The Framing Studio and Art Plus Frame
    The Framing Studio and Art Plus Frame carries an assortment of custom framing options, including wood, aluminum, and other materials. Using only acid-free materials, the shop's staff can lend elegance to prints with conservation framing, linen mats, and custom brass and aluminum plaques. For lonely frames with nothing to hold, the studio also stocks prints from several fine-art distributors, including Charles Bibbs, Washington Green, and Rod Chase. The shop's photo-restoration services rejuvenate even the most faded screenshots of Lewis and Clark's live blogging. Many services can be completed in as little as one hour.
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    4455 Connecticut Ave. NW
    Washington, DC US
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