Photography has progressed exceptionally over the past century with the development of digital cameras, faster shutter speeds, and smiling. Capture the latest trends of emotional technology with today’s Groupon to davidjstudios photography. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get a one-hour in-studio portrait session with one CD of up to 40 high-resolution images of your choice (a $445 value).
- For $69, you get a one-hour on-location portrait session with one CD of up to 40 high-resolution images of your choice (a $445 value).
The image artists at davidjstudios photography snap shots of individuals and groups that preserve memories, with an emphasis on visual storytelling. A shutterbug will travel within 20 miles of the St. Louis area for an on-location shoot, capturing serene shots of couples in the woods or playful portraits of toddlers to climbing up the Gateway Arch. Photographees can take advantage of an in-studio session's professional lighting, which casts newborns in an angelic glow or families in clear focus. Post-shoot, subjects choose up to 40 high-resolution images of their preferred poses, each of which is transferred onto a CD, ready for pickup 14 days after the session. For an additional $7, the CD can be delivered via the pouch of a messenger kangaroo. Guests who prefer analog prints can browse online postings of the images and order copies for framing; standard prints are 50% off in the first 7 days with this Groupon.
Though the professional lensman behind davidjstudios specializes in wedding photography, he strives to make every shoot capture something as memorable as the big day. To do so, he builds relationships with his clients, earning their trust and comfort during what can sometimes be an awkward situation. Instead, his shoots are relaxed, natural, and professional, gaining him nods from WeddingWire and CityVoter.com. He snaps images at locations throughout the St. Louis area, and helps clients customize items such as photo albums, invitations, and magnets strong enough to post their albums to the fridge.