What You'll Get
Getting photos taken is a great way to document your life and convince yourself at any given moment that you’re not just a brain floating in a jar somewhere. Get existential evidence with this Groupon.
$79 for a Holiday Photo Package ($395 Total Value)
The holiday package includes the following:
- In-studio photo session and seasonal on-location shots around the Victorian riverside village of Frenchtown (a $225 value)
- Access to an online gallery of photos for two weeks after the shoot (a $35 value)
- A custom slide show for viewing on phones, tablets, or computers (a $75 value)
- One dozen holiday cards if booked before Thanksgiving (a $60 value), or a $60 gift card valid toward additional prints or photo services<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required, must book your session before Thanksgiving to get your holiday cards, or you get that amount as a gift card towards prints of your choice. 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 Brokaw Photography
Long before Bill Brokaw studied photography and environmental science, he spent his childhood roaming the woods of Hunterdon County with his trusty camera. After college, his love of adventure and exotic landscapes led him to a career in photojournalism. With that trusty camera still by his side, Bill traveled through China, Africa, England, and across the US in search of any gritty and emotive moments that managed to escape from reality television.
Today, Bill resides in his home state of New Jersey, where he crafts portraits of families, couples, and individuals both in-studio and on location. After each shoot, he screens, polishes, and enhances each image to draw out vibrant colors or swaddle smiles in subdued sepia tones. When he isn't taking photos of people doing what they love—such as playing hockey, dancing, or revoking Dad's car privileges—he shares his shutterbug skills with publications and nonprofits and hosts workshops and classes.