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What You'll Get
Photographs provide a more concrete way of recording recollections than sketching portraits in sand or dictating memoirs to an empty jam jar. Preserve precious memories with today's Groupon:for $38, you get a one-hour in-studio or on-location shoot (a $50 value), plus three edited digital images (a $180 value) and choice of print package—one 11"x14" or three 5"x7" prints (each a $145 value)—from Dodgen Photography (a $375 total value). In-studio shoots are available for up to 12 subjects; on-location shoots allow for up to 25 subjects.
Dodgen Photography, the winner of a number of local awards, captures client's lightning in a bottle through the expressive medium of digital photography. The one-hour session can be held at any location, including owner Bruce Dodgen's studio in Clive or any breathtaking exterior or air-thieving home. Post-shoot, images are treated to the spa-like splendors of digital retouching, sighing as their souls are cleansed of red eyes and then grumbling as they're transferred to hard copies.
Clients can choose between one 11"x14" print or three 5"x7" prints of one select pose. Additional prints can be created at a 10% discount. Three of your favorite images will also be stored on a compact disc, convenient both for shifting photos to personal computers or emailing headshots to talent agents that work for the big Hollywood Studio's food court.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. By appointment only. Limit 12 people per studio session, no limit for on-location sessions. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dodgen Photography
Bruce Dodgen of Dodgen Photography snaps meaningful mementos destined to dress walls, wallets, and digital landscapes. Equipped with Nikon digital cameras and professional lighting equipment for in-studio and on-location shoots, he captures images of engaged couples. Subjects return to the studio to review the fruits of their session and select which should be printed and burned to CD or emblazoned permanently in the mind’s eye. After customers view the images, he hands them to his spouse and business partner Paula, who touches up the images with her prodigious Photoshop skills, smoothing out uneven skin and limiting the prominence of relatives’ likenesses to Big Foot.