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What You'll Get
In the days before mirrors, baseball players would collect their own baseball cards so that they'd always know what they looked like. Enjoy the preservative nature of photographs with today's Groupon: for $49, you get an on-location photo session with Amy Gillespie Photography, along with one 8"x10" print and two 5"x7" prints (up to a $244 value).
Experienced and impassioned photographer Amy Gillespie captures life's moments outside of her studio via a wide-angled lens and an artistic eye for the human condition. With today's deal, you get your choice of one of six session packages (a $100 to $200 value each), ranging from newborn, family, or engagement sittings, to multi-location "diva shoots," where subjects indulge in as many as three outfit changes while scripting an 18-page rider. Artist photo sessions are also available, alongside senior portraits with optional laser-beam backdrops. Marketing and media mavens may choose a professional headshot sitting while parents can put pets or children in seasonal poses at places such as the beach, a sporting event, or a venerable winter wonderland. Within two weeks of each shoot, subjects can view photos through Amy Gillespie's online proofing gallery before selecting images to print.
Wedding packages are not included with this Groupon.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/family, may buy 2 add'l as gifts. By appointment only; subject to availability. Must schedule by 12/11/11. 24-hr. cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. Limit 8 people/session. Not valid for studio sessions or wedding packages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Amy Gillespie Photography
For Professional Photographers of America member Amy Gillespie, snapping pictures is a full-time passion that revolves around three words: live, laugh, and love. Her motto celebrates the positives in life, and her career as a photographer memorializes them in print. Amy’s affable attitude tends to rub off on her subjects who grin in earnest during family, infant, and pet photo shoots. She also ups the risqué factor with pinup and boudoir shots taken on-location. Once the shutter stops snapping, Amy shows proofs to her clients, who select favorites to be digitized or printed and faxed to adoring fans.