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    Children's Portrait History 

     Toys, whistles, even the Wiggles on the big screen failed to light up this one year old until we placed him in front of a mirror. Does he recognize his own reflection or has he discovered another child in the room with him? A child's smile can truly light up our world.  

    The years slip away before we know it. Childhood can never be repeated. Begin planning your child's portrait history to pass down from generation to generation.  At no time will physical changes occur so rapidly as during your child's first year. In fact these changes have already begun.

Seven ages of Childhood  

     "The seven ages of childhood", are the ages recommended by the Professional Photographers of America as the most important time to have your child photographed to capture his or her portrait history. The ages are: baby's first year, age 2, age 3, ages 4-5, ages 6-8, ages 9-12 and ages 13-15.

Lightworks Studio makes children's photography affordable and Easy

     Why should you use our services? We start your session on waiting. Easy to understand pricing.  Simple and easy selection process. No hard sell that suggests you are cheap or uncaring if you order only a few prints. And if you are unable to come to us we will set up on site at your home or favorite location with advance notice.

     We realize that rearing children today is an expensive matter and because we believe every child deserves a portrait history we will reduce our standard price by 25% for children in the age groups described above for families agreeing to participate in The Lightworks Portrait History Advertising Incentive Program. Call for details. Be sure to mention this incentive when you call.  

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