In a long-distance relationship, you can keep the romance alive by mailing boudoir photos or a novelty gun that shoots out a flag that says, Sexy. Keep your eternal flame flickering with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$59 for a 90-minute boudoir photography package (a $555 total value)
- 90-minute in-studio or on-location boudoir photo shoot (a $325 value)
- Six 72-dpi, web-ready images (a $36 value)
- Online viewing gallery with 60 retouched images (a $60 value)
- Artistic retouching (a $90 value)
- 11”x14” metallic print of retouched image (a $44 value)
- Complimentary sparking beverages
$109 for two of the above packages to be used for friends or couples, performed back-to-back so they can provide moral support for one another (a $1,110 value)
Gallery owner Jeph DeLorme and his shutter-savvy team believe different photography genres deserve distinctive styles and approaches. The team divides its shoots into nine categories, which range from family portraits to boudoir shoots, creating a house style to match the mood of each.
Perhaps the most traditional, family portraits choreograph action, props, and settings to reflect each subject's personality. Other styles daringly use props and photo editing to create hyper-stylized images that seem to draw influence from film, comic books, fashion magazines, and the dreams of Nostradamus. "Not-so-retro" pinups, for example, mingle old-style pinup fashions such as garters and cascading curls with dramatic backgrounds or sexy props that exude modern confidence. Shutterbugs work out of a 2,000-square-foot studio or travel to meet clients on location, often in a sunny park or a symbolic carpool lane.