Sitting for a photo was once a long and arduous process, as evidenced by the unkempt facial hair grown by our earliest presidents during their portrait sessions. Capture a clean image with this Groupon.
$49 for a Portrait-Photography Package with Prints and Digital Images (Up to $435 Total Value)
- One-hour portrait session for up to five guests (up to a $200 value)
- Two low-res digital images (a $60 value)
- One 11”x14” portrait print (a $119 value)
- Choice of one of the following: eight wallet prints, one 5”x7” print, or one 8”x10” print (each a $56 value)
During a preshoot phone call, Andrea consults with subjects to determine a location, recommend clothing options, and provide tips on winning staring contests with the camera’s eye. The subsequent one-hour photo session takes place at one of three locations, as chosen by the client: inside the studio or outside the studio at a nearby creek or wooded area. Within two weeks of the shoot, Andrea professionally retouches portraits and walks customers through ordering back at the studio.
Andrea Pender Photography
Andrea Pender's sunny attitude seems to reflect her love of outdoor photography. A shutterbug since childhood, she has learned to channel natural light to enhance both urban and earthy settings. Her studio sits by a patch of woodland and a burbling creek often featured in her shoots. She doesn't get bored of the scenery, though, because she brings her signature chipper spirit and a fresh artistic eye to each new session.
Andrea specializes in family portraits and weddings, though she also snaps baby photos, boudoir images, and headshots. By building a comfortable repartee with every visitor, she is able to capture candid moments without first disguising herself as a piece of topiary.
95% of 39 customers recommend
“Very happy with entire experience. Wonderful service and exceptional quality of work. Would definitely purchase again!”
“Andrea is very nice and great with kids.”
“she was super nice and tried her best to make a package work for me! I just couldn't afford it at this time.”