When Lucky Photo Studio opens in Dallas
Dallas — The newest addition to Lucky Photo Studios, a company that specializes in “digital photography for film, video and TV,” will open its doors to the public next week, the company announced Wednesday.
The new studio, located at the former Lucky Music and Video Center, will be a three-story building with an outdoor stage, according to Lucky Video, a Dallas-based video production company.
It will be open on Sundays, but only from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and the staff will be on hand for customers to sign up for an exclusive pre-opening session.
The location will feature a 24-hour, 24-day-a-week shooting studio for “live and virtual” shoots.
The location also will feature “digital studio” workshops, which allow people to create their own content using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
“Lucky Photo Studio is an exciting project to be part of,” said Lucky Video co-founder David Epp, who is also a co-owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
“Lucky is a small company, so it’s important that we’re a part of the community.
We are so excited to offer our customers an amazing experience.”
The studio’s website promises a variety of digital content, including “photo portraits, animated images, animations, and more.”
Lucky Video’s website says the studio has been shooting for more than 10 years, but it was only recently that Lucky became aware of a demand for its digital content.
Lucky is currently expanding its studio in downtown Dallas.
The studio will have its own Facebook page, and there will be an Instagram account for the new studio as well.
Lucky Video has offices in New York City and Austin, Texas.
For more news and information about Lucky Photo studios, go to: loyallawphoto.com