In the days before mirrors, baseball players would collect their own baseball cards so that they'd always know what they looked like. Enjoy the preservative nature of photographs with today's Groupon: for $65, you get a one-hour photo session and $50 print credit from Dennis Mock Photography (a $325 value). Choose an in-studio session or an on-location shoot in La Jolla Beach, Balboa Park, or downtown San Diego.
Dennis Mock, an award-bedecked shutterbug, freezes illuminating moments in stunning photographic ice against a variety of colorful backdrops. Photon-reflecting Groupon holders can choose between the verdant, sprawling greenery and impressive architecture of Balboa Park or the sun-drenched shores of La Jolla Beach, or opt for a simpler studio session, free from meddling feral models. Dennis Mock's background in sports photography allows him to capture split-second moments of joy or truly spectacular familial play-action passes, and his experience in architectural photography imbues him with a superb sense of composition.
Pre-session consultations aid subjects in wardrobe selection and prepare them for the shoot, and a private online gallery showcases digital previews to sort through before finalizing designing and printing decisions. The $50 credit snags newly immortalized mugs in one 8"x10" portrait print, or it can be used toward the purchase of holiday cards, digital images, and laminated doubles to attract flying pies.
Dennis Mock Photography
Dennis Mock's self-proclaimed spontaneity and documentary spirit have earned him dozens of local and national awards from photographers associations and national camera companies. His background in sports photography allows him to capture split-second moments of joy or truly spectacular action passes of familial play, and his experience in architectural photography gives him a natural sense of composition—whether he’s at parks, beaches, or shooting a newborn session in his professionally lit studio. Before each shoot, he discusses costuming and venue choice with clients to decide how and where to best capture the earnest smiles of graduates and high school seniors, the savvy stare during business head shots, the doting looks of parents, the proud family and kid moments, and the uninterested glances of celebrity trees. When he's not out taking photos, Dennis is busy helping others hone their composition and lighting skills during photography workshops that cover everything from camera functions to digital editing and the importance of storytelling.