A picture is worth a thousand words, making photographs and stick-figure sketches the easiest solutions to looming dissertation deadlines. Take advantage of efficient visual-communication strategies with today’s Groupon: for $85, you get a portrait session for up to six people and a disc with 10 edited photos from CWLife Photography (a $450 value). Customers can schedule a shoot of their choice (family, children, babies, pets, or headshots) in the Scottsdale studio or on-location up to 10 miles from the studio.
CWLife Photography's Connie and Steve are a professional husband-and-wife photosmithing team who capture the spirit of each person who wanders into range and create images to be enjoyed for years to come. Up to six visible people or pets can gather to mug and model their way through a one-hour photo shoot, receiving friendly tips, posing suggestions, and vogueing demonstrations along the way.
After the shutterbugging session, portrait-sitters will be given a disc containing their 10 favorite images, freshly edited and ready to be shown off to in-laws. CWLife also provides a link to a slideshow of pictures that can be displayed on personal web pages or social networking sites, so family, friends, and Internet strangers can all enjoy two dimensions’ worth of your smile. Groupon-holders also receive a 20% discount off any album, print, canvas, or metal photo accessory.
At first, Connie and Steve's courtship involved talking on the phone into the wee hours of the morning. But unlike most lovebirds, they'd talk about photography and photo-editing programs. This shared passion eventually led them to open CWLIFE Photography, allowing them to team up to photograph everything from weddings to business headshots to pet portraits. During photo sessions, Connie and Steve blend their own unique styles to produce images from multiple angles and a variety of perspectives. The pair snaps images on location or in their 800-square-foot private studio with artistic open beams. Though they still stay up into the wee hours of the morning talking about photography, the Nikon-toting duo continues to evolve their photo-taking abilities by attending educational workshops at least once a year.