Photographers use fancy terms, such as "shutter speed," "metering," and "clicky metal box that makes time be still". Let pros be pros with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for an Epic Kayaking and Hot Springs photo shoot for one ($249 value)
- $129 for Epic Kayaking and Hot Springs photo shoot for two ($498 value)
A photographer who’s also a National Parks Services–certified guide will lead you kayaking down the Colorado River near Hoover Dam and inside the Black Canyon. The photographer will snap photos of you and the scenery, and you’ll make stops along the way at side canyons and hot-springs pools. At some especially photogenic spot, you’ll change into a new outfit you’ve toted along, with pools, cliffs, and Mojave Desert stones serving as backdrop. Back on the Strip or another location, the photographer will meet you in Epic Adventures’ mobile studio to review the images. This photo shoot includes a pre-shoot consultation, a post-shoot presentation, water, Gatorade, and snacks, and all kayaking gear.
Epic Adventures Photography
Fabric backdrops. Studio lighting. Posed photographs. That's not good enough for the pros at Epic Adventures Photography. Their photo backdrop of choice lies roughly 45 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, where breathtaking landscapes of beaches and trails abound at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Here, photographers take their subjects on hiking and kayaking adventures along the Colorado River, near the cliffs of the Mojave Desert, and in the waters of hot pools and waterfalls. Along the way, the pros document your journey with adventure portraits that would be right at home in an adventure magazine or might even be confused with stills from Lawrence of Arabia. And these shots are viewable back on the strip or at a location of your choice within Monstro: a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter turned into a mobile studio with editing bays, client lounge, refrigerator and 46" HD display.
“Daniel is awesome! My husband and I did the hiking/kayaking adventure to the hot springs along the Colorado river and it was amazing!!!”