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2010 marks the beginning of our 60th year in business. Jim and Sherri Tweedie, the husband and wife owners of the studio, have been sole proprietors since 1981, during which time we have expanded and modernized the studio while maintaining Wyckoff-Tweedie Photography's long tradition of excellence, professionalism, and warm customer relations. Last year brought an exciting move to a historic, completely remodeled building in downtown LaGrange. This new location offers two fully equipped digital portrait studios, new backgrounds to set your portraits apart from the ordinary, and comfortable, welcoming surroundings. Our studio is a mix of many talented individuals who are passionate about photography and enthusiastic about working with customers to capture the perfect moment. We photograph families, children, weddings, and business portraits for publicity, always with an eye toward lasting quality. Our goal is to create portraits that will be enjoyed for generations to come. We are excited to have you visit us.

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Horrible. Cheat. Unprofessional. Rude. Worst customer service ever. Refused to provide prints per terms and conditions agreed to before the photo shoot. They know once you have wasted hours on photo shoot they can charge you whatever and change terms - PLEASE STAY AWAY



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photo satisfactory but horrible customer service

I purchased a class composite from this company for $45. When I opened the composite it appeared to be bent in the corner. When I called I explained that I did not believe the damage was from me. The representative insisted that because of the manner in which the photos are packed the damage could not be from them. I offered to return the damaged item but the cost of a reprint would be $35. I have worked with other photography companies that have done this for free. The company was far less accommodating than I would have expected. If you decide to purchase an expensive print from this company beware they may not replace a damaged print for free, even if the damage may have been their fault.

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