Lifetouch offers portrait studios in department stores such as Target and JCPenney or Flash Digital Portraits in select stores across the United States, according to its official website. Consumers can locate a nearby Lifetouch portrait studio by searching locations on the company website at Lifetouch.com.
Lifetouch features a variety of backgrounds for images and props, such as graduation and birthday decor, explains its website. Appointments for photo sessions can be made directly at the store. In addition to portrait studio locations, Lifetouch more commonly offers on-site services at schools, churches, sports teams and local organizations. It serves as a traveling portrait studio and provides backdrops on site for professional quality images, often providing not only digital and print photographs but also yearbook photos, school identification cards and poster quality prints.
Lifetouch also provides on-site service for sporting events, athlete portraits and team portraits. The company creates photo directories and event photography for churches, organizations and schools within many communities. It was founded in 1936 as National School Studios and evolved into the largest school photography firm in the United States, notes Lifetouch. As of 1978, the firm established itself as 100 percent employee-owned through the Lifetouch Employee Stock Ownership Plan.