Over the next few minutes you will hopefully be learning a whole lot about where you can buy cameras and take photos in New Orleans. Those topics are just the beginning as we have plenty of other related things to get into as the post moves forward.
There isn’t a more natural way for us to kick this off than with the best local photographers for those who need wedding pictures, graduation pictures, or who just want to capture memories at any special event. Then you can read about photo printing shops where you should be able to develop and print passport photos, brochures, marketing materials or anything and we will discuss photography studios in your area too.
Some reading this might be interested in taking photography classes or maybe you just want to know about places to buy cameras and some repair shops which should sell all the new lenses, cleaning supplies, covers, stands, or other equipment and accessories you might desire.
Places to take beautiful selfies near you will get a shout out before other loosely related subjects like camera phones and security cameras. We will do our best put the right shops in the right lists but since many of these topics are quite correlated some crossover between the lists should be expected.
Be sure to check out the map at the end which can help you figure out where all the New Orleans camera and photo places we list are located. To read more posts on cities around this part of the world check out that link.
You can find a local photographer for a wedding, graduation, or other special event by contacting:
- Matthew Foster Photography
- Romance in New Orleans Weddings
- Sarah Mattix Photography
- Kathleen Fox Photography
- Eye Wander Photo
- Photography by Erika Parker
- Lady Portrait and Wedding Photography
- Marc Pagani Photography
- Scott Myers Photography
- Eau Claire Photographics
Engagement and wedding portraiture can be captured professionally by Matthew Foster, Marc Pagani, and Scott Myers. Romance in New Orleans offers engagement, elopement, and wedding planning or scheduling services along with family photography. Sarah Mattix, Erika Parker, and Kathleen Fox Photography specialize in taking local pictures of children, families, and special events.
Eye Wander provides a wide variety of photo services including architecture, corporate, fine art, headshots, and more. Eau Claire Photographic specializes in events, advertising, parades, conferences, and weddings.
You can get all kinds of photos printed near you, even passport photos, at places like:
- Moldaner’s Digital Imaging and Archiving at 3801 Canal St #304
- Sir Speedy at 343 Carondelet St
- MPress at 4100 Howard Ave
- Image360 Central at 1903 Poydras St
- Docu Mart at 329 Baronne St
- Marvelous Printing at 2422 St Claude Ave
- Universal Printing at 9890 Lake Forest Blvd
- Pel Hughes at 3801 Toulouse St
All of those options for photo printing in your area are good ones. Color or black-and-white images should be developed, and they should be able to put them on just about whatever you desire.
Anything from brochures and pamphlets to passport photos to books and posters can be developed and printed by these companies who should also be able to handle wall graphics, digital prints, real estate advertisements, and other marketing materials. Most should also be able to assist with scanning, restorations, enlargements, processing, digital repairs, and more.
Studios For Rent
Rent photography studio space at one of these spots when you have a serious project to take care of:
- Winn Studios Photography at 5703 Read Blvd #J
- Josh Hailey Studio at 3726 Dauphine St #208
Zack Smith Photography at 4514 Magazine Street provides photography students near you with numerous topics that include the fundamentals of digital cameras and picture editing as well as providing an option for private online classes.
Camera Stores & Repair Shops In New Orleans
We did not found any camera stores or repair shops in New Orleans, our best advice is head to an electronics store and see if they can help you out. But if you know of any good options that we are overlooking please tell us in the comments, thanks.
Best Places For Selfies
Here is a list of great places to take beautiful selfies in your area:
- Jackson Square at 701 Decatur St
- Bourbon Street
- City Park at 1 Palm Dr
- Louis Armstrong Park at 701 N Rampart St
Jackson Square is one of the most popular locations for filming, photoshoots, and weddings near you. City Park is another great place that provides many photo opportunities as well as spots for fishing, picnicking, safe outdoor play, and other activities. Louis Armstrong Park is another destination where visitors and tourists love to take pictures.
Where To Buy Camera Phones
The newest cell phones have some really nice cameras these days and you can check them out at:
- Wireless World at 325 S Broad Ave
- T-Mobile at 2135 Caton St
- Cellphone Masters at 114 Baronne St
- Orleans Wireless at 2707 Orleans Ave
- Boost Mobile at 1205 St Charles Ave #A
From the highest megapixel camera phones with the latest bluetooth technology to cheaper options for those on a budget you won’t have any problem finding what you need at those stores.
Some of these places sell security cameras while others will provide the services that go along with them:
- ABC Fire & Burglar Alarm at 2200 Veterans Blvd #105
- LYNC Security at 1616 L & A Rd #103
- Southern Electronics at 301 Julia St
Some of those will be good stores to buy security cameras in your area while others will take the next step and monitor what is going on.
You are all welcome to read our posts on:
- Photography Studios in Baton Rouge
- Photography Studios in Birmingham
- Photography Studios in Houston
- Photography Studios in Memphis
Enjoy Taking Photos With Your New Camera
Hopefully you learned a little something about cameras and photos in your area today. You read about all kinds of topics like where to buy cameras, get them repaired, photographers for hire, printing, studios, classes, places to take selfies, camera phones or security.
If you stuck around this long you probably have a good grasp on the local scene yourself. If so don’t be shy, tell us what we got wrong or share your own tips in the comments.
We hope you have fun buying cameras and taking photos in New Orleans.