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.”
The shutter-snapping staff at Hut Photos trains studio lights, technical knowhow, and creative impulses on subjects to reveal inner and outer beauty. Adept eyes capture every moment throughout weddings and facilitate tastefully sultry boudoir sessions to highlight inner allure. Flash-popping fiestas also help aspiring models to build their portfolios, and craft poignant portraits ideal for hanging in family rooms or wearing on the back of the head to confuse mischievous children. Shoots take place in Union 206 Studio's expansive, climate-controlled space, complete with a private room for wardrobe changes and makeup.
Annette Labrozzi believes that it’s important to connect on a personal level with her subjects in order to capture the emotions behind an event. This connection is evident in her photojournalistic style, which has an emphasis on wide action shots and spontaneous, candid images. The self-described romantic’s wedding and engagement images strive to capture the intimacy and emotions behind each moment. Annette also snaps adolescent milestones such as bar and bat mitzvahs, quinceañeras, and first speeding tickets.
I love turning a previous moment into a visual memory that you can look back and relive. I specialize in newborn, children, family portraits and events such as weddings and birthday parties. You don't always need a special occasion to get pictures taken!
Professional high quality portrait studio. Beginning our 50th year in business. In addition to studio portraiture we do numerous federal, state and local government contracts, political action committees, professional dance photography, private schools, weddings and private corporate functions.
The media-preservation team at Photo-60 is working against time. As old photographs and Super 8 reels slowly crumble and fade after years of use, the team scans these precious keepsakes and stores them in more durable digital formats. The center employs a high-speed Kodak scanner—which transforms 1,000 photographs into high-resolution JPEG files within 24 hours—and an 8mm projector that transcribes flicker-free images onto a digital sensor frame by frame. Though some photos may be irreparably damaged due to fire or drawn-on mustaches, Photo-60’s staff can breathe new life into creased, torn, or faded images with a combination of traditional and digital restoration techniques.