Loyola Law School – Los Angeles

Why Professional Graduation & Juris Doctor Portrait Photography?

Because Selfies of Commencement are Fine for Instagram & Facebook…

….But Your Family Wants a Real Portrait for the House!

We have the JD gown and regalia now, call and schedule your studio portrait if you cannot attend the on campus dates, 714-612-0994.

We create, you ‘Live Edit’ and receive your professional portraits emblazoned with your Loyola Law School crest. That’s right, you help edit the images on site and may take pictures home to your family and friends on the same day. These formal portraits tell the story of your hard work and achievements at Loyola Law School.

Commencement Portraits of Consequence

Celebrate your hard work with a portrait your family, friends, and especially your children, will cherish for years to come. A formal portrait is the perfect way to celebrate this right of passage few people experience more than once in life. Retouched images are available along with wall display portraits.

Need a formal business portrait (without cap & gown?) We do that in our studio.

2017 Sessions on LLS Campus Are Complete:

Regalia is still available in our studio for your GradPortrait. Call for an appointment, l-714-612-0994.

Studio Portrait Samples

 Make a campus appointment online

Make your campus appointment reservation online to reserve the most convenient time for your portrait creation. Walk-ins are welcome, however, reservations take precedence. Make your reservation online at Gradportraits.com early enough to have gift portraits for your graduation invitations and Commencement Day gifts. We’ll be in the Founders Hall Lobby. Gowns & regalia will be supplied on-site.

We look forward to seeing you and creating your portrait of consequence.

If you can not meet us for your portrait on campus you may visit our Orange County studio for a portrait session. Follow this link to schedule a session. Set your studio session now!
 Make a campus appointment online

Please be sure to bring a comb/brush for your hair and a shirt/blouse to match your robe/morter board. Ladies, as a general rule, wear more make-up than less.
Follow this link to our PDF file  13 Techniques For Making Great Portraits