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What You'll Get
While people customarily say cheese to produce a winning grin for the camera, cheese itself is never in photos, because it stands alone. Celebrate your sociability with today's Groupon: for $69, you get a one-hour photo session, one 8"x10" print, and a DVD slide show set to music at Darci Amundson Photography, located in Northglenn (a $330 value). Groupon holders can also get $50 off any wall portraits and 20% off additional prints, 8"x10" or smaller.
Specializing in photographing women for modern boudoir, pin-up, and maternity portraits, Darci Amundson also snaps engagement photos, family portraits, high school seniors, and other milestones her clients would like to celebrate. During a one-hour session (a $75 value), either at the studio or on-location up to 20 miles from downtown Denver, the photographer will immortalize the entire family, a member of the family, or a member of someone else's family. Portraits capture a pet dog's million-dollar smile, or allow soon-to-be-former high schoolers to memorialize that special time they spent squaring their heads to fit graduation hats. One shot receives the honor of becoming the included 8"x10" print (a $55 value), and a high-definition DVD slide show of images from the shoot (a $200 value) becomes charming entertainment for the next family reunion, girls' night, or slide show enthusiasts meet-up.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy more as gifts. Limit 1/ visit. 48hr cancellation notice or $50 fee may apply. New clients only. Limit 5 people per family; $15 charge for each addl person. Valid only within 20mi of Denver city center; extra fee for addl travel. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Darci Amundson Photography
After 13 years of photographing landscapes as a hobby, Darci Amundson attended a pin-up-themed group photography event at an old gas station. From then on, she told examiner.com, she forsook sceneries in favor of human subjects, building a career around boudoir, high school senior, and family portraits. She beautifies clients with professional makeup before setting up sultry pin-up images, frames students at up two locations in up to eight outfits, and captures families at their favorite locales, such as the backyard tree house where the neighborhood model UN meets. Darci combines the spontaneous look of photojournalism with her meticulously planned compositions, lighting, and poses.