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What You'll Get
Photographs of precious moments are the greatest gifts relatives can leave behind for their descendants, aside from genes for cowlick-resistant hair or hints to where the inheritance is buried. Pass on a transgenerational treasure with today’s Groupon: for $69, you get a portrait and Christmas-card package from Nissle Fine Art Photography (a $360 value). The package includes:
- 60-minute studio- or outdoor garden-portrait session (a $150 value)
- One 8”x10” portrait (a $95 value)
- 25 Christmas cards (a $115 value)<p>
Nissle Fine Art Photography’s experienced snapshot entrepreneurs immortalize the smiling visages reflecting family memories. Future two-dimensional figures can either pose against backdrops in the studio, standing out against scenes of desert beauty or majestic pet stores, or tiptoe out back to explore the studio’s lush landscape marked by grass, trees, and fairies casting red-eye reduction spells.
After the session, subjects receive 25 Christmas cards primed for correspondence with far-off friends and relatives. The included 8”x10” print similarly begs to be seen, with clients acquiring additional prints by applying their $25 credit as they see fit.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Not valid for weddings. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nissle Fine Art Photography
It was 1969 when Steve Nissle took his first professional photograph. Over the next four decades, Mr. Nissle would win awards, achieve accreditation as a Master Photographer from the Professional Photographers Association of America, and relocate to an Arizona-based studio, which he named Nissle Fine Art Photography.
Today, he continues to capture memorable moments between engaged couples, families, and other subjects. Depending on the client's personality and preferences, he might shoot inside the studio, venture outside to his onsite garden and park, or travel to scenic desert locales, including Superstition Mountain and the pile of broken mirrors next to Superstition Mountain. Steve works alongside his son, Nolan, who has been following in his father's footsteps for more than 12 years.