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What You'll Get
Getting photos taken is a great way to document your life and convince yourself at any given moment that you’re not just a brain floating in a jar somewhere. Get existential evidence with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
C$56 for a 90-minute boudoir photo session (a C$749 value)
- 300 high-resolution images on DVD * 10 edited images * One 8”x10” print * Two 6”x4” prints
C$54 for a 60-minute family portrait, child portrait, maternity portrait, or headshot session (a C$549 value)
- 200 high-resolution images on DVD * 10 edited images * One 8”x10” print * Two 6”x4” prints
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Subject to availability. Limit 1 voucher per photo session. Family portraits valid for up to 4 people, extra fee of $25 per person applies for groups of more than 4. Additional $40 fee applies for outdoor sessions. Additional $35 fee applies for couple boudoir sessions. Appointment required. Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Froz'n Motion
For almost 20 years, Cameron MacMaster made a living as a professional dancer and choreographer but later pirouetted toward his true passion: photography. The self-described travel buff frequently takes his camera on the road, amassing photos at locales as varied as Mexico, Australia, and India, where he’s returned several times. He also explores downtown Toronto through his lens, snapping richly textured shots of the city’s towering architecture and skylines.
Cameron brings that same award-winning eye for detail to his sessions at Froz'n Motion, where he specializes in wedding and engagement photography, as well as portraiture. In lieu of gimmicky compositions, he prefers to frame his subjects as simply as possible, relying on the emotion of each moment instead of how cool those emotions look from a dangling helicopter ladder.