A bride must complete many tasks before her wedding day, from picking a color scheme and finding a dress to becoming BFFs with her new diamond. Let a pro worry about the pics with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$85 for a Trash the Dress photography session (a $170 total value)
- One-hour, on-location shoot (a $125 value)
- Online access and proofing for all images
- One 8”x10” print (a $45 value)<p>
$99 for an engagement photography package (a $232 total value) * One-hour, on-location shoot (a $125 value) * Online access and proofing to all images * One 8”x10” print (a $45 value) * 25 announcements or flat 4.5”x5” cards with envelopes (a $62 value)<p>
$1,125 for a wedding photography package (a $2,500 value) * Unlimited coverage of the event * Online access and proofing for all images * 100 thank-you cards * Online multimedia show with music<p>
Many journalists have praised and scrutinized Steve Chesler's uncommon photography practices. During an Inside Edition feature, a minivan plows through a puddle and soaks a new bride's dress. Meanwhile, Steve snaps pictures, capturing—on purpose—the moment when the dress goes from lily while to dingy brown. This increasingly popular type of photo shoot is called Trash the Dress, and it usually takes place in the days or weeks following a wedding. Wives can roll around in grassy fields, climb trees, and plunge into bodies of water. As for wedding-day photography, Steve specializes in winter ceremonies. As detailed in Photo Pro Magazine, Steve has a rich backlog of experience with wintry conditions, capturing rosy-cheeked couples even in spite of whistling winds or Old Man Winter's lovelorn objections. In an interview with Rochester Buisness Journal, Steve explained that he approaches “each wedding as a romantic fashion shoot.” For subjects not indulging in nuptials, the studio’s shutterbugs offer an array of packages for bar and bat mitzvahs, senior portraits, and maternity photo shoots.
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