MegaBoo Photography’s squad of skilled photographers tailors shoots to clients needs, offering sessions for families, newborns, kids, and moms-to-be. Their talents for capturing memorable moments in time are also available for special occasions, including weddings and birthdays.
Joel Marion first cultivated his creativity while enlisted in the Air Force and working as a photojournalist. He taught himself the complexities of shutter speed and f-stops through trial and error. Through his company—Joel Marion Photography—the autodidact has become one of the fortunate few whose avocation becomes their vocation, unlike Michael Jordan, who longed to dunk donuts instead of basketballs. Throughout his career, he has worked in fashion and advertising in St. Louis. By working with area clients for more than 30 years, Joel brings an experienced and creative approach to family, baby, high-school senior, and head-shot portraits. His wife Carol manages the studio while Joel's design and Photoshop specialist, Kelly Tucker, helps their clientele create aesthetically pleasing compositions.
If a picture says a thousand words, today’s Groupon says six thousands words—just like Uncle Theo, but without the uncomfortable, outmoded life lessons. For $45, you get a 45-minute photography session for up to four people (add $5 for additional people) and six customizable 8x10 sheets of prints from Virtuosity Photography, a $125 value. With your versatile print package, you can choose any variety of sizes for each 8x10 sheet (one 6x10 photo, two 5x7 photos, four wallet-sized, etc.). You can opt to have your session in-studio or at the location of your choice.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
At G.G.’s Secret Boudoir Photography, the two resident female photographers accentuate women’s sensuality with relaxed photo shoots. The photogs fit more than 20 years of experience into each frame, during one- to two-hour photo sessions that yield 8”x10”, 5”x7”, 4”x5”, or wallet-size prints and an online gallery. Clients pose in front of five backgrounds and bring their own clothing and props, such as a man’s tie, a boa, or a life-size cartoon weight lifter with the face cut out.