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LDI Photography
Allow Life Diversity Images to "Capture your Life's Moments."
Lyn Morales is the owner and lead photographer of LDI Photography, an Oklahoma based photography and printing company. Here she will share a little bit about herself!

Why did you start your business?
I wanted to high-end photo memories to clients at an affordable price. I believe that we should all be able to have glamorous pictures without breaking the bank.

What do you specialize in?
I specialize in creating and making lasting memories for families through the eye of my lens.

What makes you stand out from other photographers?
I have a very upbeat personality that my clients enjoy! I am very personable and really listen to my clients. I provide quality service, wonderful photos, and a fun-filled session.

How would you describe your style?
Diverse! I do all types of photo sessions..from engagement to wedding, maternity to family, life's celebrations to tasteful boudoir portraits.

Where can future clients view some of your work?
Feel free to view my work online at ldiphotography's Photos | SmugMug and Life Diversity Images Photography or call me to schedule a consultation.

Are there any new projects or services that you are working on?
I am always working on new customized products for families, sports events, and even school related events. I have the following personalized products available now: laptop sleeves, make-up bags, and license plates. Feel free to contact me for additional information regarding my services. I'll be happy to assist you in any way that I can!

May we contact you?
Of course!!

Phone: 405-494-0534
FB address: www.facebook.com/LDIPhotography
Twitter: @LDIPhotography
Website: www.ldiphotography.smugmug.com
Email: ldiphotography@yahoo.com

Contact Lyn today!

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