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What You'll Get
Before photography, the only way people could preserve their most treasured memories was by forcing everyone around them to stand completely still for days at a time. Get a less complicated and more entertaining option with today’s Groupon: for $595, you get a three-hour photo-booth rental from Garden State Photo Studio (a $1,200 value). Garden State travels to locations within 60 miles of the 07632 zip code for no travel fee.
Garden State Photo Studio's traveling snapshot station fuels party-time fun and memory-making with instant images. Smile, brood, or re-enact a favorite Bazooka Joe gum wrapper with three hours of unlimited photo-booth access, which includes a trove of provided props such as oversized sunglasses, hats, boas, mustaches, and masks. Garden State Photo Studio's shutter-snapping apparatus produces two copies of photo strips per click and posts them online for guests to peruse for up to 60 days after the session. Curators receive a CD containing all of the stunning, silly, and scandalous images captured, and a professional booth master sets up and dismantles all the portable photo equipment while keeping guests informed of the latest fads in facial contortionism.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required at least 2 weeks in advance. Extra fee if location is more than 60mi outside of 07632. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Garden State Photo Studio
Beyond its work staging traditional photo shoots and portraiture, Garden State Photo Studio's team of event photojournalists is dispatched to special occasions to tell their stories. As celebrations such as weddings, sweet sixteens, and bar mitzvahs unfold, photogs follow the belles of the ball, snapping or videotaping a chronology of candid moments with their professional-grade digital cameras and lighting equipment.