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What You'll Get
A picture is worth a thousand words, making photographs and stick-figure sketches the easiest solutions to looming dissertation deadlines. Take advantage of efficient visual-communication strategies with today’s Groupon: for $69, you get a one-hour photo session (a $169–$199 value), keepsake CD (a $50 value), and seven prints (a $49 value) from Exposure Photography (up to a $298 total value).
Exposure Photography's Amanda Poulin captures singular moments and everyday affairs before eternalizing them with prints and a low-resolution, keepsake CD. Lens magnets can select from an abundance of 60-minute sessions, including family, kids, newborn, maternity, and boudoir. Custom on-location shoots provide a personalized backdrop and instill an easy-going ambience for camera-shy models or agoraphobic houseplants. After securing fleeting expressions, photographers can assist in choosing the best photos for one 8"x10", two 5"x7", and four 4"x6" prints. Exposure Photography also supplies a low-resolution CD of all photos, which can be used for digital sharing and Sharpie-signature practice.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Not valid until 5/9/11. Valid only within 15km of Saskatoon; additional travel fees may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Exposure Photography
Photographer Amanda Poulin frequently shoots portraits outdoors, framing her subjects amid tall, waving grasses, beside rushing rivers, and along train tracks. Within this pastoral atmosphere, she works to capture subjects when they're at play, often laughing and posing naturally or challenging wildlife to friendly games of rugby. This relaxed and candid look pervades all of her work, which ranges from photojournalism to wedding shoots and boudoir sittings. Just as importantly, Amanda displays an eye for fine detail in all of her settings. She photographs children on soft props such as pillows and blankets, and during weddings, she may zoom in to frame a hand pouring champagne or the intricate lace of a bridal veil. Her creativity also extends into the process of developing prints, when she can alter photos to add saturated hues, black-and-white tones, or old-timey sepia tints.