A family photo is a great gift for rarely seen relatives or busy strangers who look like they need to be reminded that there's more to life than work. Show off your babies with this Groupon.
$49 for a Holiday Portrait Package (Up to $408 Total Value)
- 60-minute in-studio session for up to 30 family members (a $75 value)
- One 11"x14" wall portrait (a $225 value)
- Two 5"x7" portraits (a $58 value for the first, a $50 value for the second)
Photographers guide up to 30 subjects through flattering poses at one of two scenic studios. All finished prints are of the same pose. Groupon customers also receive a 30% discount on any additional print orders purchased for the family portrait, as well as a 50% discount on an image CD.
The shutterbugs at Janssen Photography divide their time between two scenic locales where they capture subjects around charming outdoor grounds or inside one of two contemporary studios. At the Lakewood site, a historical Victorian home nestles amid 2 acres of scenery that include a pond, waterfall, gazebo, and a 1940s vintage pickup truck. The Littleton studio rests on 2.5 acres of coalmining land, where a rustic cellar and a stone waterfall create evocative photo backgrounds. Once photographers have snapped sophisticated family photos, whimsical child portraits, and memorable senior photos, they retouch these images and immortalize them in print form. When they aren't snapping shots on their home turf, Janssen's photographers go on location to chronicle weddings, shoot publicity photos, and document fake lunar landings.
The environment is very welcoming and the photographers have great poses and great attitudes to make the session very enjoyable.Reviewer, 11/29/11
WOW! I've never looked better! The service is great, the work artistically beautiful, and the photographer engages...Reviewer, 1/29/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Super easy to work with & they make you very comfortable. ”
“Photographer was able to get our grand daughter to smile and keep the rest of the family focused on being ready when he could capture that moment.”
“Get ready to be amazed!”