$79 for an On-Location Mother and Child Photo Shoot with Prints from Sharp Five Photography ($179 Value)

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A mother receives keepsake photos of herself and her children after an on-location shoot with a photographer with an eye for intimacy

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Expires Oct 23rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. New clients only. Limit 1 per visit. Valid within Suffolk and Nassau. Extra fee for locations in Queens and Manhattan. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

People often frame pictures of their favorite things, such as their children or neighborhood children who get better grades. Showcase what matters with this Groupon.

$79 for a Mother and Child Photo-Shoot Package ($179 Value)

  • 45- to 60-minute on-location photo shoot with a mother and up to three children
  • One 8"x10" print
  • Four wallet-size prints
  • Online gallery of 30–35 images
  • Copyright release to print or download digital images

The photo shoot takes place at the location of your choice in Nassau or Suffolk County. For an additional fee, the photographer can travel into New York City.

Sharp Five Photography

In the intimate, candid wedding images that Sharp Five Photography's resident shutterbug, Rob, takes, newlyweds seem totally unaware of the photographer's presence. It's a remarkable feat, considering that his wedding packages run at least six hours and sometimes last all day. The time Rob spends snapping pictures translates into password-protected online galleries and flash drives full of digital negatives, preserving everything from preparation and nuptials to flower girls unionizing outside the reception. When he isn't documenting matrimony, Rob spends on-location shoots capturing images of engaged couples, little kids, and expectant moms.

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