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What You'll Get
The best photographers rise to the top by practicing, while second-best photographers rise to the top by shooting blackmail photos of the first-best. Snap like a champ with today's Groupon: for $69, you get an on-location portrait session for up to four people (a $179 value), an 11"x14" wall print (a $120 value), and a 5"x7" frame print (a $50 value) from Jeremiah Andrews Photography (a $349 total value).
Jeremiah Andrews demonstrates a knack for inspiring and capturing spontaneous expressions of personality and familial harmony while eliciting gales of laughter. One-hour photo sessions click shutters and ignite flashes at a location chosen by clients to reflect their lifestyles and favorite types of brick. After the shoot, the studio produces two retouched prints, an 11"x14" and a 5"x7", of the same shot. Customers select which photos to print online or at Jeremiah’s studio as his hanging portraits entertain guests with their astonishing stillness.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only within 25mi of Post Falls, ID. Extra fee for more than 4 people. Not valid for baby portraits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jeremiah Andrews Photography
Jeremiah Andrews captures spontaneous, creative shots while eliciting gales of laughter with humor culled from his background as a stand-up comedian. With over 11 years of experience as a full-time, professional photographer, he's found himself a sought-after resource in the field: He's been the keynote speaker at the Montana Professional Photographer's Association, and given speeches to Wedding and Portrait Photographers International and the Professional Photographers of America. Jeremiah memorializes picture-worthy moments of weddings, family gatherings, and high schoolers' senior years in clear, artistic portraits with a style the shutterbug describes as "portrait journalism." The artist-entertainer peppers his shoots with jokes and loves catching genuine laughter, urban landscapes, and rubber chickens in the wild with his snapshots.