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What You'll Get
Getting a family portrait memorializes your loved ones in a way that lasts longer than making pancakes that look like them. Your family is picture-perfect with this Groupon.
C$49 for a family photo-shoot package (up to a C$275 total value)
- 30-minute consultation to discuss the best portrait styles and potential outfits
- Shoot in the studio (a $95 value) or on location (a $125 value) lasting up to 90 minutes
- 11”x14” hand-retouched print of one image (a $150 value)
- More than 40 different images to choose from
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 48hr cancellation notice required. On-location shoots valid within Cambridge, Kitchener, and Waterloo city limits only. Family must include at least two generations. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Art and Soul Photography
Working 50 hours a week in a large corporate office, Gordon Aitken could almost feel his creative muscles atrophying. So instead of losing them forever, Gordon lifted his artistic legs and took the step toward his new career as a photographer. That’s how he met his soulmate and collaborator, Grainne, who, coincidentally enough, also walked away from a fast-paced career in international management consulting after years of yearning to express her creativity through photography.
After a chance meeting at an international photographers’ conference, the duo joined forces to open Art and Soul Photography, focusing on creating custom pieces that celebrate subjects with style and individuality. Together, the two have 30 years of combined experience that they've used to capture weddings and snap portraits of famous subjects, including former US President Bill Clinton and professional baseball players. They’ve traveled throughout North Africa and Europe, teaching students that photography is a viable alternative to chiselling marble statues during every Kodak moment.