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.
$79 for a 30-Minute Boudoir Photo Package ($675 Value)
- A 30-minute in-studio boudoir photo shoot that includes 10 minutes of outfit styling, accessorizing, and prop selection, and 20 minutes of posing for the camera (a $400 value)
- One 8”x10” fine-art print selected from seven edited images (a $75 value)
- One digital file of the same image on a CD (a $200 value)
During each in-studio shoot, Anna Vickroy helps women see their beauty and sensuality through sultry shoots and professional styling services. See here for frequently asked questions.
A family of four poses amid crisp fall leaves, late sunlight casting a warm glow across their smiling cheeks. A newlywed couple beams at each other under a canopy of palm trees. Staff members of a new salon hold a giant pair of scissors, poised to cut the ribbon and the hair of their first giant customer during their opening ceremony. ultra-spective's photographers can capture groups and individuals in nearly any context, and they take a distinctive approach to each—so much so that the studio boasts six different divisions, for family portraits, high-school seniors, art portraiture, weddings, boudoir shoots, and business photography. An all-female team with expertise in lighting and airbrushing directs the boudoir shoots, where they guide subjects in poses designed to make them look svelte and beautiful. For family shoots, they'll gladly venture to a selection of reliably picturesque parks where split-rail fences lean, redwoods loom, and sycamores dapple golden fields with shade. The studio itself has plenty of personality, with chandeliers and black walls lined with hot pink sequins.
84% of 50 customers recommend
“Really awesome pictures. Alyssa is great at what she does”
“They were awesome. Everyone was very nice and made the experiance so nice and easy. Would definitely go back to them again.”