Picture Day

  • Published August 18th, 2017 by Payne and Payne



Picture Day





Information for you to get the most from your school portrait on Picture Day





Portraits will be Taken at your School

on the date indicated on your school picture order form that comes home with your student from school



Payment is Made On or Before Picture Day

Payment Online or by Check

Money Back Guarantee

CA Sales Tax is included in all package and print prices







Q: What advice do you have to make sure we get a good picture taken?

A: Consider practicing smiling with your student. This is the best way to get a natural smile. Wear colorful clothing. Have fun combining a favorite outfit with the many backgrounds that are available. Bold stripes, plaids, checks, and prints can sometimes be visually confusing and may not photograph well. If your student is getting their hair cut before picture day, try to have it cut at least a week in advance.


Q: May I use my credit card?

A: Yes. Paying with a credit card is fast, easy and secure. Use our Prepay online service from the main menu.


Q: I forgot to give my student the payment envelope. What are my options?

A: You may drop it by your school’s main office on picture day (only). Otherwise, call our office and we can take your order over the phone. It is very important that you contact us as soon as possible to ensure that your order is placed with the rest of the school’s order so it will come back to school at the same time as the other students’.


Q: My pictures came out really well but I didn’t order enough. How do I get more?

A: Ordering more pictures is easy at our Portraits & More eStore. There are many print size options and novelty products available.


Q: Am I able to make copies of the pictures I purchase?

A: No, not cool. It is very easy to order more high quality portraits and novelty products at our Portraits & More eStore. You can also purchase a high resolution digital image download for sharing, or an image CD for your archives to use anywhere and anytime in the future, copyright released to you.