What You'll Get
Leaving a boudoir photo under your pillow is a great way to add excitement to your love life or seduce the tooth fairy. Delight the loves of your life with this Groupon.
$49 for a Boudoir Photo Package ($197 Total Value)
- 60-minute in-studio boudoir photo shoot with preshoot consultation (a $79 value)
- Two professionally retouched 5”x7” prints plus digital copies of the two prints (a $118 value), chosen from an online gallery of images
The photographer tailors the style of the shoot to each client's personal style, capturing sweet or sensual images and natural smiles and poses. You should bring your own lingerie, costumes, or other clothes. For an additional $25, you can upgrade from an in-studio photo shoot to an on-location shoot or add another person to the shoot. For more helpful information, see the FAQ.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Valid only at 3207 N Argonne Rd. location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Infinity Photography & Design
Skilled shutterbug Brooke Heki has aimed her lens at everything from people and animals to multimillion dollar homes, and today she calls on that experience as she helms Infinity Photography & Design. Her partner, Trysta Chavez, first discovered her passion for photography while living in Tokyo in 2009. When she moved to the area, she began working for Heki and proved to be so talented that Heki made Chavez a partner in the business a mere four years after Chavez became serious about her craft.
Reflecting their diverse backgrounds, the studio captures a range of moments, including family, pet, and pregnancy portraiture, milestone events such as weddings or the completion of a Rubik’s cube, and boudoir poses. The shutter clickers ensure that their images embody the unique personality in every shoot, from the individual quirk of a child’s dimples to the wag of a terrier’s tail. The resulting portraits breathe with life, begging to be framed for hanging over the mantle or gifting to a boss who keeps confusing you with your office chair.