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What You'll Get
A picture is worth a thousand words, making photographs and stick-figure sketches the easiest solutions to looming dissertation deadlines. Take advantage of efficient visual-communication strategies with today’s Groupon: for $70, you get up to a two-hour photo session and a DVD of images from Jackson Wright Photography (a $250 value). This deal is redeemable on-location in Georgetown, Round Rock, or the greater Austin area, with a $50 fee for travel time outside of these areas.
Professional photographer Cory Jackson creates memorable portraits in natural, unforced settings that capture the individual personality of each of his subjects. Trot out with the young ones, old ones, or furry ones for a full family photo of up to four people, or celebrate socially acceptable rites of passage with a one-of-a-kind senior portrait during the two-hour session. Unlike sawing through the hull of an ocean liner, Jackson Wright’s photos are effortless, freeing picture sitters from uncomfortable or unnatural positions to craft images that are in the moment and completely real. At the end of the photo-snapping session, which can last between forty-five minutes and two hours, customers will receive a DVD loaded with their favorite images, ideal for gifting to doting grandmas or providing an alibi to overly suspicious grandmas.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Valid for up to 4 people per portrait, $25 fee applies for each additional person. Multiple locations allowed if time permits. Valid only in Georgetown, Round Rock, and Greater Austin area, $50 fee for outside areas. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jackson Wright Photography
When photographer Cory Jackson takes photos, he aims his lens to capture the essence and personality of his subjects. That’s why you won’t see him working in an artificial studio setting or forcing awkward props into clients’ hands. Instead, he works with his subjects to find a location that they’ll feel comfortable in and coaxes out natural poses and facial expressions. If you don’t have a spot in mind, he’ll help you find a good fit; with three years of on-location photography, he’s built quite a library of mood-suiting background locations, such as flower-covered meadows or train tracks. Whether it’s snapping senior photos, a new baby’s grin, or engagement photos, Cory’s done it all, as seen on his blog.