What would school photography in a perfect world look like? You would get all of the data you need from the school in a timely fashion AND it would be 100% accurate. Picture Day would be a breeze. Classes would show up on time to have their portraits made. Everyone being photographed would be perfectly …Read more »
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To be sure, during any people based “photo op” moment today, be it a wedding or graduation, it is impossible to miss the invasion of the camera phones. In the past we only had to deal with the few people who lugged their point and shoot camera to an event, now everyone has a cell …Read more »
Follow Us! Contact Us: 8906 E 67th Raytown, Missouri 64133 800-821-1305 In This Issue Metal Cover Albums March Specials Yearbook Special Web Wednesdays Jump Start Sports Where We’ll Be Introducing New Album Options We are happy to announce our newest album option – Metal Album Covers! These covers offer unique style and beauty. Differentiate your album selection…choose …Read more »
To take a look at a few of our recent interviews, follow the links below. Kirk Voclain is a long-time customer of our photo lab. A professional photographer with a studio in Houma, LA, Kirk met us for an interview and was entertaining as usual! View Kirk Voclain’s Interview John C. Pittman is C.E.O. of …Read more »
This is a guest contribution by Georgia McCabe: Georgia spent 30 years as a Sr. Executive in the computer and photo industry at IBM, Eastman Kodak and Fujifilm. As a driving force in conceiving and executing breakthrough approaches to the photo printing, sharing and delivery market place, she literally “changed the rules” for a category undergoing massive technological …Read more »
Today we’d like to offer a guest blog post, written by Teri Ritter, of Teri Ritter Photography. Teri has been in business for 10 years in San Diego, CA and Dexter, MI, specializing in families, seniors, and babies. Teri is also a Marketing Consultant and enjoys sharing marketing ideas and plans which boost the bottom line …Read more »