$59 for One-Hour In-Studio Boudoir Photo Shoot at Victoria Lynn Photography in West Valley ($342.94 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Photo illustrator snaps sultry shots during one-hour, in-studio boudoir session, then airbrushes images in Photoshop

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Expires Apr 29th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiples as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. In-studio only. Wardrobe not included. Extra $99.99 fee for hair and makeup. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Sometimes the art of seduction is subtle and surreptitious, and sometimes it's just mailing someone a sexy picture of yourself once a day for four years. Use the power of the pose with this Groupon.

$59 for One-Hour In-Studio Boudoir Photography Session ($342.94 Value)

  • Three wardrobe changes
  • One 11”x14” print
  • Five airbrushed digital images
  • One digital photo background

Customers should supply their own lingerie, though Victoria Lynn Photography will supply extra props such as handcuffs and boas. Hair and makeup is an additional $99.99 and requires an extra 45–90 minutes depending on the customer’s length of hair.

Victoria Lynn Photography

For more than 20 years, Victoria Lynn has captured distinctive images of weddings, families, children, and boudoir models during in-studio and on-location shoots, then honed them to perfection with digital Photoshop tools. Clients share their preferences and ideas during pre-shoot consultations, after which Victoria Lynn snaps away as subjects swap outfits and pamper themselves with optional hair and makeup treatments. Later, she digitally removes blemishes, softens facial lines, and color-corrects pictures in Photoshop before preserving them on CD or as regular or canvas prints. Her Photoshop know-how also allows her to convert shots to black-and-white or sepia hues, drop in scenic virtual backgrounds, and replace black-sheep family members with black-sheep clip art.

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