Upgrade the framed family photos that have been hanging in your parents’ home for the past 600 years. With today's Groupon to ADC Photography, $20 gets you an in-studio session (a $150 value) and an 8x10 print (a $65 value), plus 25% off any additional a la carte prints (discount not valid for collections). Now that you aren’t riddled with acne or plagued with a six-year-old’s gummy smile, split the cost with your sibs and surprise your folks with a more up-to-date snapshot just in time for the holidays.
There’s always an excuse to say cheese: you’re engaged, you’re pregnant, you graduated high school, or you placed in the regional knitting finals. Even if you’re not commemorating a major milestone, you might need a professional headshot to further your career. Actresses, authors, musicians, clowns, dancers, comedians, sasquatches, and other performers can all benefit from quality prints.
Your session in ADC's fully equipped Marlton, New Jersey, studio lasts up to an hour and is good for up to four individuals. Your expert and friendly photographer will make you forget that you're sitting, standing, or Whitesnaking in front of her camera so that you look as comfortable and attractive as you can be. ADC's creative vision will pair with your wants and desires to supply you with the perfect set of proofs. Two weeks after your shoot, you'll set up an appointment to meet with your photographer, peruse your proofs, and order your complimentary 8x10 print and any other a la carte prints you'd like at a 25% discount.
- Janice is such a talented photographer. She was so easy to work with. – Rebecca, WeddingWire
- Janice did such an AMAZING job with our engagement as well as wedding photos...The photos are so artistic and elegant and then there are some edgier shots which I just LOVE. She has an amazing eye and talent. Best of all, she treated us like friends not a business transaction...She was a dream to work with... – Jessica, WeddingWire
- ...my photographer acted with professionalism and understanding, and took great care with making my photos not only spectacular but also personal. – Christina, WeddingWire
Throughout the whole of nature, there are many elusive beings that cannot be properly photographed (vampires, ninjas, your girlfriend who goes to a different high school). Groupon paraphotographers were, however, able to uncover one irrefutable incident of ghost photography: the infamous Hansen Collection.
In 1978, amateur bat photographer Gregory Hansen was in his front yard one night when a mysterious white orb appeared in the sky over his home. Diverting his attention from a particularly active nest of eptesicus fuscus, he began photographing the orb, which made no attempt to flee or conceal itself. Hansen continued to document the orb as it reappeared over his house, each night shrinking slightly “as though passing slowly into the spirit world,” Hansen observed. On particularly cloudy nights, the orb would not be present, prompting Hansen to speculate that ghosts may be allergic to thunder.
Although skeptics have said “I don’t have time for this” and “Seriously, are you five? I’m actually asking you if you are literally five years old” regarding Hansen’s photos, die-hard Hansenites keep the truth alive through web-based communities and Obey The Orb street graffiti. Hansen tragically passed away in 2005, when he was struck by a roaring mechanical demon while crossing the street.
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