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What You'll Get
A family photo is a great gift for rarely seen relatives or busy strangers who look like they need to be reminded that there’s more to life than work. Show off your babies with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$59 for a photo-shoot package (a $425 value)
- One-hour on-location family shoot for up to six
- 25 high-resolution digital images on DVD
- Images selected by the photographer and edited for color tone
$99 for the above photo-shoot package plus prints (a $550 value)
- Includes photo shoot and image DVD
- One 8”x10” print
- Two 4”x6” prints
- Two 5”x7” prints
$199 for an engagement or couples package (a $425 value)
- One-hour on-location shoot for two people
- Includes the above image DVD and print package
Pets are welcome in the family photo shoots, which can take place in up to three locations at Mission Bay, Balboa Park, or Presidio Park.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 12, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 72 hour cancellation notice required. Valid on-location only at Mission Bay, Balboa Park, or Presidi Park. Extra $6 fee for DVD shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Alon David Photography
As the lead designer for a large contractor, Alon David frequently contacted photographers to snap photos of his team’s work. However, his aesthetic preferences rarely matched up with the photographer’s, so he began to do the job himself. After the hobby blossomed into a passion, Alon decided to open his own photography studio.
Since then, he's brought his keen eye for design to his primarily outdoor photo shoots with kids, couples, and families. He often experiments with camera angles, snagging eye-level shots of toddlers to view the world from their point of view, or snapping overhead pictures of his young subjects to capture their innocence and curiosity. He likes to tinker with the focus, too, shifting between large and shallow depths of fields to focus on one subject and make the other blurrier than a cheetah in a sports car. The resulting black-and-white, sepia, or color photos are always carefully framed around the location, such as the large exposed roots of a Moreton Bay fig tree at Balboa Park.