Where is the best place for baby pictures?

My son is turning 2 and I wanted to do some nice baby pictures this time around. I always see those little flyers with coupons in the baby magazines. Okay so between, JCPenny, Sears, and The Picture People, where would you get the most for your money? I really don't want much maybe an 8x10 with a few 5x7s and send the rest via email to friends and family.

Asked By: LOVE - 8/19/2008
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Is there a Portrait Innovations nearby? I spent about $150 on photos. I ended up with about 6 different poses and 3 sheets for each pose. I also got 3 8x10's for free along with the portrait CD... More
Answered By: momoftwo - 8/19/2008
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if you want the "best" pictures you should go to a professional photographer. if you want the most affordable ones you can go to whatever generic place has a coupon... More
Answered By: silly nilly - 8/19/2008
We use Sears a lot and also Olan Mills. Neither one is that expensive and the pictures all turn out really good. If you go to the websites, they often have coupons that you can print out and save extra also. I know I just got sent coupons from Sears the other day and they have a package for 9.99 right now.
Answered By: chris l - 8/19/2008
From my experience with TPP and Sears of these places, id go with Sears... More
Answered By: Courtney S - 8/19/2008
I agree-use a proffesional photographer if you have the finanicial means... More
Answered By: lelumieredans - 8/19/2008
Olan Mills is cheap (Belk) and you don't have to pay a whole lot for good, quality pictures. I have the means to pay a lot, but I still go to Olan Mills. Why spend the money? It's too much!
Answered By: PrettyJersie - 8/19/2008
We always go to the Picture people. They do a really nice job and they do original poses, not the same old poses you always see at the other places. We did one family photo with my husband laying on the floor and me sitting next to him (behind) and our kids all sitting on his back in a row from smallest to biggest. It... More
Answered By: luvmy4boyz - 8/19/2008
Picture Me at Wal-Mart has great prices and packages, and the pictures turn out nice. The wait to get the pictures back is about 2-3 weeks.
Answered By: Natasha - 8/19/2008
JCPenny is a great place to take pictures and they are very affordable (their website always has coupons for free 8x10s, 5x7s, $3.99 photo sheets, etc) and they have various poses and backgrounds. I say here you get the most bang for your buck.
Answered By: mommy2b - 8/19/2008
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