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What You'll Get
Family portraits help adults remember what they looked like as children, and let children know what their parents looked like when they were lifeless marionettes. Make family memories last with today's Groupon: for $70, you get a family portrait session up to two hours long, one 8"x10" print and digital copy, and 25% off any additional prints from Accent Photography in Plymouth (a $395 value). Customers can choose to hold their photo session at the studio or outdoors at 18th Avenue North and Vicksburg Lane, or 3450 Plymouth Boulevard.
Accent Photography's professional shutterbugs work with families to create personalized photo sessions, capturing fleeting three-dimensional moments in timeless two-dimensional portraits. Before the family-portrait studio session (a $75 value) Accent consults with clients to lock in a vision for the shoot, and once on site, the session is personalized and unhurried, allowing families to try out a variety of poses and indulge their creativity. Sessions can contain any number of people, so progenitors and their clan can pose as a group, as well as in smaller sets of father-son, mother-daughter, just the kids, or child-child-estranged stranger, all in one session. The studio's flattering lights and talented personal paparazzo bring out the best in each group, ensuring a flawless 8"x10" print (a $120 value) and digital copy of your favorite image (a $200 value). In addition, Accent Photography's complimentary photo touchup service will brighten smiles, clean up complexions, and airbrush away uninvited doppelgangers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Accent Photography
With more than 25 years of experience in Europe and the United States, former fashion photographer Gregory Gittsovich has spent the last quarter century making his subjects look their best. Things are no different at Accent Photography, where he photographs seniors with their favorite instruments or athletic gear, babies with fun props such as balloons, or pet dogs with the only mailmen they've ever liked. During both in-studio and on-location sessions, Gregory never forces his patrons into uncomfortable positions; rather, he lets them strike their preferred poses and only makes suggestions if necessary. Afterward, he retouches each client's favorite images to ensure that prints or digital images feature smooth complexions and rich color.
Along with his smaller-scale shoots, Gregory and the Accent Photography team cover bar and bat mitzvahs, where they snap unlimited photographs at unlimited locations for families to choose from. He offers similarly extensive coverage at weddings, which he captures with a custom blend of traditional portraiture, photojournalistic technique, and candid images.