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Our story

About our Store

Sioux Falls has been our home for over 110 years. In 1910 Emil Hanson and his wife Agnes moved to Sioux Falls and purchased a portrait studio. In 1938 their two sons, Harold and Howard, opened a second location and added camera sales and photofinishing. As amateur photography grew, so did Harold's Photography with additional retail locations and a wholesale photofinishing lab.

Today, the fourth generation of the Hanson family continues to transform the business into a complete photographic supply store and a modern photofinishing factory with a major online presence. Over the last century, the only constant has been our desire to provide the region the best quality images, equipment and advice. Thank you for letting us help preserve your memories!

Our Team

Harold’s Photo - for people who want better pictures. Focused on providing the best customer service and producing the highest quality products to celebrate your memories.

We can transform both old and new images into custom photo gifts, photo books, calendars, greeting cards, along with a large selection of prints in various sizes and finishes.

The majority of our team has been with us for over 20 years each, with the longest going on 46 years! We've gone thru decades of change and are ready to help you with your photo project.

Do more with your pictures… PRINT them. SHARE them. DISPLAY them. PRESERVE them. Picture perfect possibilities.

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Harold's Photo Today

What people say

Customers Reviews

Been going here for yrs always a great experience things are ready when they say they will be done worked with. Marty Dewitt for yrs on other jobs . He really has a lot of knowledge. He is framing a large print for me. He picked out some awesome borders.

John Burkman,

We had personalized holiday greeting cards made st Harold's. Their patient, individual service was appreciated. We got exactly the quality we wanted. The excellent result was worth paying more for versus the self service offerings on the internet.