Giving someone your photo is a great way to help that person remember you, especially if you don’t have time to knit a sweater from your own hair. Don’t let them forget you with this Groupon.
- $150 for a one-hour portrait session and high-resolution CD of 50 Photos (a $500 value)
Joel Marion draws on years of experience when capturing images of his clients. During a one-hour portrait session, he takes photos on-location around St. Louis to get his subject in the best light. Then he uploads 50 images to a high-resolution photo CD, along with a copyright release letter, for the client to do with as they please.
Please note that appointments are recommended 6–8 weeks in advance. CDs can be mailed for an additional $5.
Joel Marion Photography
Joel Marion first cultivated his creativity while enlisted in the Air Force and working as a photojournalist. He taught himself the complexities of shutter speed and f-stops through trial and error. Through his company—Joel Marion Photography—the autodidact has become one of the fortunate few whose avocation becomes their vocation, unlike Michael Jordan, who longed to dunk donuts instead of basketballs. Throughout his career, he has worked in fashion and advertising in St. Louis. By working with area clients for more than 30 years, Joel brings an experienced and creative approach to family, baby, high-school senior, and head-shot portraits. His wife Carol manages the studio while photographer and design and Photoshop specialist, Kelly Tucker, shoots sessions and helps their clientele create aesthetically pleasing compositions.
93% of 203 customers recommend
“Joel is an absolutely fabulous photographer! His family portraits are amazing!”
“Joel was great and really patient with my small children. I would definitely use them again in the future.”
“Joel is extremely efficient, which is great when you're dealing with a toddler's attention span. He moves fast, but gets amazing shots. You'll be convinced your child...”
“Joel is extremely efficient, which is great when you're dealing with a toddler's attention span. He moves fast, but gets amazing shots. You'll be convinced your child didn't give an authentic smile once and yet when you see your pictures there will be plenty of perfect moments.”