At Lifetouch, we have found a special purpose in capturing and preserving life-long memories through photography.

    With the many changes in the world this year, we are reminded, now more than ever, of the importance of capturing important moments and sharing photography with our loved ones. This fall, Lifetouch is taking extra steps to keep your students and staff safe while capturing the time-honored tradition of school photography.

    Lifetouch is leading the photography industry in providing comprehensive safety protocols. These protocols follow the guidelines or recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards related to COVID-19.

    Our new safety protocols include:

    Safety Training
    Lifetouch employees are required to complete enhanced safety and cleaning protocol training.

    Social Distancing
    Employees will follow new posing and social distancing requirements to ensure a safe and comfortable picture day.

    Electronic Check-in
    To limit interactions and improve efficiency, students will not carry a name card to the camera.

    Enhanced Cleaning
    Photographers will have a sanitization kit to clean camera stations and equipment.

    Face Masks
    Photographers are required to wear face masks during the entire photography session. We recommend face coverings for students and staff being photographed. During their individual session, they will be advised to remove their face covering to capture their image.

    Customized Plan
    Most importantly, we’ll work with you to establish a plan that fits your needs.

    While Picture Day may look different this year, as a trusted partner, our goal remains the same; to ensure your school receives this essential photography service and families can continue to enjoy life’s memories.

    Contact Lifetouch for more information on our new Picture Day safety protocols.

    Note: Photography safety protocols may change based on new or revised recommendations from local and national government agencies.