Sitting for a photo was once a long and arduous process, as evidenced by the unkempt facial hair grown by our earliest presidents during their portrait sessions. Capture a clean image with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one photo shoot, with one 11”x14”, one 8”x10”, and one 5”x7” Ambassador textured prints and five digital images for social media (a $441 value)
- $79 for two of the above photo-shoot packages (an $882 value)<p>
For each 60-minute photo shoot, one to six subjects—which can include pets—gather at picturesque Chapungu Statue Garden near Centerra in Loveland or downtown Windsor. Patrons will be presented with approximately 20 or more fully retouched proofs for viewing at the studio within 10 days of the session, of which they can select digital images, and select one proof to be printed on 11x14”, an 8x10” and 5x7” Ambassador textured prints.
Inspired Studios Photography
Photographer Patti Watkins believes that everyone has a story to tell, and strives to elegantly and artfully capture their essence in timeless photographs. Her sessions' low-key vibes put subjects at ease and draw out their personalities, yielding natural-looking individual or group portraits. Patti also snaps images to commemorate significant milestones, such as senior year of high school, baby bumps, and jury-duty reunions. To add pizzazz to prints, she can create stylistic effects. Photos can also be emblazoned across the pages of coffee table books, printed on metal, or crafted into custom invitations and announcements. In addition to photographing families all over Colorado, Patti has captured professional portraits of 2012 Olympic gold medalists Jaime Gray and Kim Rhode, along with portraits of political supporters with 2012 presidential candidate Rick Santorum.
90% of 30 customers recommend
“Patti was wonderful. Both of our girls really responded both to her and the outside setting for the shoot, as a result, our pictures turned out beautifully!!”
“What a great experience!!”
“Patti was wonderful to work with.”