The right lighting and a professional photographer can ensure that one’s presidential portrait is free of background tire fires. Capture your best side for all time with today’s Groupon: for $50, you get a photography package from Courtney Whitehurst Photography (up to a $161.99 total value) redeemable at Walter Jones Historic Park, at Alpine Grove Park in St. Johns, or in Jacksonville Beach. The photography package includes the following:
- A two-hour, on-location photo shoot (a $149.99 value)
- One 8”x10” print or six 4”x6” prints (up to a $12 value)
- Unlimited images during photo-shoot time frame
- $20 off a disc of images
Experienced and friendly snap shooter Courtney Whitehurst captures and preserve indelible moments within mantel-worthy kodachromes taken on location. Groups of any size can select a picturesque setting for the two-hour photo shoot, striking poses along the crashing surf on the beach or next to squirrels and majestic park benches in their natural forested habitat. The skilled shutterbug tailors each shoot by incorporating personal items or suggesting themes to help subjects to ease into their memory-making session. After a meticulous editing process, both color and black-and-white photos are ready for their debut in an 8”x10” print or six 4”x6” prints as well as on a compact disc ($100, $80 after Groupon), which clients can upload onto their computers or use as an expensive coaster.
Though Courtney Whitehurst Photography sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Courtney Whitehurst Photography
As a child, Courtney Whitehurst kicked off her camera career in front of the lens as her mother took countless photos. Today, with a decade of experience, the skilled and friendly photographer captures and preserves moments within mantel-worthy kodachromes taken on location. The skilled shutterbug tailors each shoot by incorporating personal items, such as baby's first bottle rocket, or suggesting themes to help subjects ease into their memory-making session. Whitehurst spends at least five hours meticulously editing all photos from a shoot and places no limits on the amount of frames she snaps. She feels passionately about giving back to her community, and when she's not crafting crisp, personal images, she's volunteering with a number of local nonprofits.