A soft focus surrounds the subjects in Love Photography's images, lending warmness to a close-up of a bride wearing her veil and dreaminess to a sultry couple posing together in a boudoir session. During these shoots, Love Photography’s team of photographers makes subjects feel at ease by scheduling complimentary consultations before the shutter even starts snapping. Like William Tell shooting an apple off his son’s head, the staff believes that practice makes perfect, and they’ve been practicing their photographic aim during weddings, family portrait sessions, and kids’ photo shoots since the studio opened in 1970.
The massage therapists at Nice To Be Kneaded Massotherapy customize massage sessions to fit the needs of each individual. During a relaxation massage, therapists use gentler strokes to boost circulation. They can deepen their pressure for sports massages, which aim to speed healing and unravel stubborn knots and bowties. They also incorporate aromatherapy and hot stones to further relax clients and relieve stiffness.
DRS Photography's duo of accomplished shutter snappers draws on more than 40 combined years of experience capturing famous performers to tutor pupils in photographic technique before guiding them through practice sessions at their in-house studio. Camera-bearing apprentices absorb rudimentary knowledge and skills during a three-hour course, such as learning about aperture and lenses, controlling shutter speed, manipulating different lighting configurations, composing exciting shots, and persuading Tasmanian devils to sit still during portraits. Subsequent two-hour safari sessions shuffle students among various studio sets based on different themes and images. Though not included with today's deal, customers can also browse an assortment of accessories, such as lenses, cases, film, and time-stopping pocket watches sold in the studio store.
The same versatility that helped Lauren McClintock transition from active duty in the army to photography informs her wide-ranging photo portfolio. A wedding photographer with an eye for lovey-dovey moments, McClintock has also drawn on her BS in Photojournalism to capture stark portraits of Cleveland’s homeless.
During her photo shoots, McClintock gets to know her subjects before showcasing their personalities in her portraits. During shoots in the settings where subjects feel most comfortable--which range from church socials to hammocks strung between two recliners—she composes her images to capture authentic moments and sensory memories. She honors the keepsake nature of photographs with high-quality prints, emblazoned on long-lasting acid-free paper.
Designs of Distinction augments the memories of celebratory gatherings with a large array of rentable activities, furniture, decorations, and more. Themed birthday bashes gain a main event with inflatable bounce houses ($275) shaped and adorned in a variety of decorations such as jungle animals, spaceships, and castles. Designs of Distinction will deliver, set up, and subsequently take down and take away the chosen bounce house rentals. Hosts of functions that prohibit jumping can peruse Designs of Distinction's inventory, decking party halls with eight-foot Oscar statues or white leather couches ($275). The Groupon can be applied to more expensive items—such as a rideable mechanical bull ($995)—to ensure quality carousing.
Brian Bowers, a former talent agent, founded Braedy Photography in 2007. Having spent more than 20 years in the entertainment industry, he was familiar with the plight of struggling actors and models. Bowers founded the studio to give hopeful talent an affordable way to obtain pictures of their head. Professional headshots are necessary for the careers of actors and models, and can further the professional journey of many performers, including clowns, dancers, comedians, and animorphs. Bowers specializes in headshots, as well as portrait photography for matriculating youth, gesticulating families, and hiccupping children. With today's deal, customers of all life paths are treated like models, receiving touch-ups and lint-downs from a professional stylist and three outfit changes during their session. Choose to have pictures taken either in the studio itself, with its hardwood floors and numerous backdrops, or in one of the scenic locations around the building. Afterward, Bowers will go through the assembled images and select the best of each of your outfits for three 8x10 prints ($25 value each).