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A quality studio portrait sitting can cost hundreds of dollars. Throw in the cost of prints and the hassle of going out of your way to the studio and it's no wonder why people only get studio photographs once or twice in their entire lifetime. But with today's Groupon, $75 gets you six sheets of top-quality photos from Tonee Lawrence Photography (81% off a $400 value). You can have your photographs taken on location (at your home, favorite park, etc.) or at Tonee Lawrence's studio. Throw in the free wallet brag-book, and your looking at an unbeatable deal on photos to last a lifetime.
Tonee Lawrence is certified by the Professional Photographers of America as a natural-light photographer. She specializes in photos of children, but has sharpened her lens on hundreds of portraits, weddings, and boudoirs (click here to see Tonee's work). Tonee’s motto is "youthful urban generation portraiture"; she takes unforgettable images of life artfully lived, whether it's a family portrait or an action shot of you running through a fountain in downtown Denver.
This session lasts 40 minutes. It takes place either in Lawrence's studio in Green Valley Ranch or on location within the Denver metro area (10-mile radius of studio). Choose from 5 to 10 poses for printing on six full sheets. You can choose a different size picture and different pose on each sheet, but only one pose per sheet. Groupon recommends posing while changing a light bulb so that you impress friends with your general handiness.
Each of your six sheets includes a different number of prints depending on the size of print you choose. Here are the options:
Getting all the kids to behave through a trip to a studio is like pulling teeth out of dried concrete. Instead, have Tonee Lawrence Photography come to you. She will travel to a location in the Denver metro area to document you in your natural habitat—your home, favorite park, or your second favorite park. Let Denver be your studio.
The deal is valid for any individual or for immediate families who want a group photo (to get photos of individual members, you must buy individual Groupons).
Every reviewer on ABC7's A-List gives Tonee Lawrence Photography a perfect five stars:
- My family has used Tonee since her beginning and she's an AMAZING photographer!! She captured some very precious moments in my daughters first 12 months and more! She truly has talent!! – angyrward23
- I have had work done by her and it is simply amazing.. Great quality! – SiC0
- Tonee takes some of the most beautiful photographs I've ever seen. Her portraits are unmatched, she has an eye for detail that makes her work stand out from all the others. – echocrush
One of Tonee Lawrence’s earliest memories is standing beside her friends when she was 6, snapping a photo of a rainbow with a Minolta film camera. As an adult, she still treasures that camera and has used it and several others to illustrate her world on film. While she commemorates life milestones, Tonee also specializes in boudoir photography, allowing customers to express their intimate side as subjects in accented photographs. Dedicated to helping others document their lives, she founded Operation: Love ReUnited, shooting photo sessions for military families who are anticipating a loved one’s deployment or tour homecoming.
In 1994, Lance Johnston launched his photography business in a makeshift studio within the garage his parents? house. These days, his studio in Conway still resides in a Johnston-family garage, only this time the 1,200-square-foot space rests on nearly two acres of land that Lance owns himself. During Wednesday and Friday sessions in Conway, Tuesday and Thursday shoots at his Little Rock Studio, and numerous on-location appointments in between, Lance and his top-notch staff busily refine his ?new classic? style by snapping shots of families, high-school seniors, wedding parties, and kids. His clients can capture their favorites in a variety of matted, framed, and canvas portraits. Lance?s eye for preservation-ready moments has earned him 11 Kodak-Gallery awards as well as honors for his children?s photography from the APPA and the Arkansas chapter of the If You Keep Making That Face, It Might Stay That Way Forever Foundation.
Photographer Fallon Jade Jones draws from years of professional experience and a friendly, easygoing nature to capture the unique personality of all her subjects, whether its through a memorable family photo or an emotional wedding-portrait session. The skilled visual artist puts her subjects at ease, allowing real, natural human reactions to come to light in bright, dreamy color or striking sepia and black-and-white.
Focus Photography's Larry Odom leverages the shutterbug skills gained during years of globe-trotting photography work into personalized portrait sessions. Prepare photogenic faces for a scheduled sitting ($50+ in studio, on location prices vary), allowing Odom to capture the joy of recent births, the infectious energy of graduating students, or the stoic grace of ventriloquist duos. Following shoots, customers can select preassembled packages ($65+) or order their favorite à la carte prints in a variety of offspring-embarrassing sizes, including 4"x6” ($15), 8"x10” ($45), and a mounted 20"x24” ($315). Each photo loses imperfections with included enhancements, burnishing dull tones with color correction and replacing frowning faces with the digitally inserted head of Teddy Roosevelt.
Jon LeMay and his photographically inclined staff capture the innocence and cuteness of youth with personalized children’s portrait sessions. Whether chronicling an infant’s progression over the first year, or conducting sociological analyses of behavioral shifts in 2-year-olds, parents can carry their bundles of joy to the relaxed, professional studio for each stress-free session. After four separate snapshot sojourns, customers’ discerning peepers can choose the cover art for their keepsake photo box, as well as four prints to store within its heartstring-yanking interior. Groupon-holders should call 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment and ensure their cell phones haven’t been replaced by glazed granola bars.