What You'll Get
The great Romantic painters had the same goal–to craft an image so beautiful that it would come to life and marry them. Increase your chances of turning images into love using the modern version of painting, photography, with today’s Groupon: for $89, you get a boudoir photo package at Gypsy Boudoir in Hampton (a $425 total value). The package includes the following:
- A 60-minute in-studio photo shoot (a $200 value)
- Two 5”x7” prints, each of a different pose (a $100 value)
- One digital negative (a $125 value)<p>
Gypsy Boudoir’s photographer Erin Colleen sets models at ease while empowering them to discover a lost feeling of sensuality or explore a new sense of self during 60-minute in-studio photo shoots. Guests define their own comfort level as they seduce the camera’s winking eye, striking alluring poses while draped in up to three scintillating ensembles such as a silky teddy or a grandmother’s doily collection. A private 45-minute unveiling allows eyes a sneak peak of the photo proofs before guests are granted two 5”x7” prints that showcase different eye-ensnaring poses. Erin will then send a solitary digital negative of a third pose through cyberspace to guests’ digital mantels.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. In-studio only. Not valid for couples sessions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gypsy Boudoir
High-fashion photographers might view laugh lines, stretch marks, and scars as imperfections, but boudoir photographer Erin Colleen sees them as marks of a life well lived. This aesthetic infuses her sultry boudoir shoots, during which she captures the unique beauty of subjects of all ages and sizes. During sessions, which can be purchased for holiday and anniversary gifts, her models can don outfits ranging from football jerseys and panties to lingerie and thigh-high stockings; alternatively, they can pose nude and conceal themselves using artfully cast shadows, rather than by peeking out from behind a clothed friend. Erin Colleen just as artfully documents women flaunting their curves solo and couples showcasing their chemistry.