JKP Studio provides a stress-free experience for school portraits, giving administrators the opportunity to offer high-quality, modern portraits to your families, all at no cost to your school.  Our goal is to make the process fun and to help show your school in a great light.

We are available for phone, email, or in-person discussions to answer any questions you might have. Once you have booked your portrait date, you will receive permission slips and reminder/preparation tip sheets as email friendly PDF files to distribute to families as well as gorgeous large format printed, Picture Day posters. On the day of your photo shoot, our expert photography team works on-site, doing all gear set up, grooming and posing of each child, along with fun and relaxed photo sessions.

Every image is independently evaluated for retouching. Cuts, scrapes and even boogies. Typically, parents are able to enjoy final images in less than a week.

Online ordering is by far the easiest and quickest way for parents to order prints. We offer many affordable choices for purchasing prints. There is no obligation for anyone to buy images. Every school has a private and secure online gallery that gives parents the option to buy prints, framed photographs, or even downloads. We also offer great gift items such as apparel, mugs, keychains, stickers, greeting cards and more! Each parent receives instructions on how to view and purchase their children's images. This can all be done from any tablet, smartphone or computer with internet access.

In the event that a parent can not order online we can send a proof and order form that the parent can fill out and return. 

As a fund raising opportunity we provide a 10% commission based off net sales, and teachers get half off of anything they purchase. If you wish to forfeit your commission all staff can order free portraits of their own children and a complementary 5 x 7 and 4 wallets of every teacher.

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