Getting a family portrait memorializes your loved ones in a way that lasts longer than making pancakes that look like them. Your family is picture-perfect with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $74 for an on-location photo shoot for one family or engagement couple and a CD with all of the images (a $150 value)
- $74 for an on-location high-school portrait photo shoot and a CD with all of the images (a $150 value)
- $95 for an on-location photo shoot for one family with their extended family and a CD of all of the images (a $200 value)
Photographer Jamie Hayhurst spends up to two hours capturing photos of families, couples, and high-school seniors in their homes or outside before supplying them with a CD of all images. She also can place images on a DVD for an additional cost.
J. Hayhurst Photography
When Jamie Hayhurst does a photo shoot, she strives to snap fun, candid, and original shots before burning each image onto a CD and presenting it to her clients. To give her subjects as many options as possible, she only deletes photos with accidental blinks, bad lighting, and intrusive sasquatches. The shutterbug does most of her memory-catching outdoors or in her clients' homes, where she snaps portraits of seniors, moms-to-be, families, ceremonies, and kids. Her portfolio often features spontaneous smiles backdropped by scenic lakes, fields, and babbling brooks with bright-green grass or fall colors, depending on the time of year. Dutch tilts add dynamic compositions to her shots, which she renders in black and white, color, or warm sepia tones.
92% of 13 customers recommend
“My ALL TIME favorite Photographer :)”
“J.Hayhurst Photography was awesome! Jamie did an awesome job taking photos of my family. She was so flexible and worked well to get the best shots of my daughter and...”
“J.Hayhurst Photography was awesome! Jamie did an awesome job taking photos of my family. She was so flexible and worked well to get the best shots of my daughter and even the dog! She was great!”
“Very accommodating and easy to work with.”