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.
$39 for a Photo-Shoot Package (a $329 Value)
- One-hour photo session for unlimited people in studio or on location
- One 11”x14” print, one 8”x10” print, and two 4”x6” prints of one pose on metallic or luster paper
- One digital image of the same pose on CD with full printing rights
- 30% off additional print purchases<p>
Packages are great for capturing high-school seniors, families, infants, weddings, and more.<p>
Veteran shutterbug Cara Dee Stucke honed her artistic eye in 27 years in the portrait-photography field and today attends annual workshops and seminars to stay abreast of modern techniques. Cara Dee snaps elegant, contemporary shots of weddings, families, and high-school seniors using high-tech equipment such as 21.5-megapixel sensor cameras and light-bending hand claps. Before each photo session, the creative team can proffer wardrobe and makeup consultations, taking time to heed customers' requests for the overall vibe of the shoot.
On-location sessions voyage into the tranquil confines of nature for a romantic ambiance, and shoots in the CaraDee Photography studio allow for edgy, urban-theme photos with self-provided props. Images make their way onto prints of all sizes, emblazoned on top-quality metallic or lustrous papers, custom-created books, and videos replete with music.
93% of 43 customers recommend
“Cara is an excellent photographer! We're very pleased with my son's senior pictures that we're going back for family ones. She made the process a lot of fun. I...”
“Cara is an excellent photographer! We're very pleased with my son's senior pictures that we're going back for family ones. She made the process a lot of fun. I definitely recommend her!”
“She's a great artist & photographer, just let her do her thing!”
“Cara was really nice to work with. Had no problems with the appointment or picking up the pictures a few weeks later. We would see her again should the need arise.”