What You'll Get
Before photography was invented, flashbulbs were used to stun bullfrogs, escape from catacombs, or temporarily blind people suspected of trying to invent photography. Pose for a flashbulb that supports progress with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a photo session and prints (a $145 total value) from Expressions Photography Central. Seasoned shutterbug Michael Spangler has been in the photography business for more than 20 years and uses his expertise to capture children, families, and near-graduates as they truly are—trapped in a universe that’s actually a giant camera. The photo session can be staged inside with up to two colorful backdrops or in the great outdoors surrounding the studio, and there’s no limit on how many people can attend. After choosing from up to 24 digital images, one 8” x 10” print, four 5” x 7” prints, and 16 wallet-sized prints are included in the deal.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per session. By appointment only. Valid for indoor and outdoor photo sessions at studio location only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Expressions Photography of Central
Shutterbug Michael Spangler, owner of Expressions Photography of Central, has been snapping photos professionally since 1986. His skills earned him stints as president of the Louisiana Professional Photographers Association and the Capital City Professional Photographers Guild. Today, he crafts portraits and senior photos both inside his studio and amid natural surroundings. His sophisticated, black-and-white portraits occasionally include pops of color to highlight a red car, a pink tutu, or a bad case of the blues. In his color photos, Michael runs the gamut between heavy saturation and subdued, desaturated hues to highlight his subject's dynamic poses.
While chronicling weddings, he draws on 26 years of experience as he alternates between traditional poses and candid shots. Michael also transforms sports photos into memorabilia such as custom composites, trading cards, and magnets. When he isn't capturing still images, he professionally records concerts and recitals on video.