$29 for In-Studio Photo Shoot for Up to Four with $50 Credit Toward Prints at Studio 2014 ($75 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Photographer Amy Kilgannon snaps portraits for 15 minutes; $50 credit toward digital images and prints included

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Photographers must be patient in order to catch the exact moment when the sun crests the horizon or a child learns empathy. Stop time with this Groupon.

$29 for a Photo-Shoot Package ($75 Value)

  • 15-minute in-studio photo shoot for up to four
  • $50 credit toward digital images, prints, or products
  • Touchups and an online viewing gallery

Studio 2014

Photographer Amy Kilgannon snaps classic portraits against simple white backgrounds, which can be left blank or filled with digital textures and images in the cutting room. She retains authentic colors by keeping her exposure at an even keel, and captures natural smiles by keeping her sessions relaxed and tailoring them to her clients’ interests. During teen photoshoots, clients can nestle their iPhones safely in the studio's docking station, which is guarded by an aggressive hen, as Amy snaps photos while they strike poses in their favorite outfits. She also hosts parties for children with costumes and snacks before sending each guest home with their portrait as a keepsake. For athletes, dancers, and sports teams, Amy crafts portraits and documents events before adorning each shot with team colors and logos or arranging images into a yearbook. When Amy isn't chronicling her clients' life stories, she teaches photography classes that touch on creative and technical topics such as composition and lighting.

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