Though using quantum-leaping lasers to divide segments of the space-time continuum would theoretically capture a slice of life, it could implode the universe. Safely and professionally preserve moments and memories with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a one-hour photo session (a $125 value) and 18 digital images (a $230 value) from Joshua Ian Photography…by Design (a $355 total value). Sessions can be held in-studio or on location in the Las Vegas metro area, Red Rock, Henderson, or Boulder City.
Joshua Ian Photography…by Design captures moments and imprisons stories in high-quality, intuitive portraits. Romantic couples, cozy families, or unrelated groups of up to 10 people can gather to have their smiles snapped by a black-belt photographer. After the shoot, Joshua Ian edits 18 select images for color correction, cropping to adjust composition and maximize aesthetic punch, removing blemishes, and whitening teeth. Distracting or unsightly objects, such as exit signs or out-of-favor family pets, are easily removed to create more streamlined scenes.
Patrons receive their professionally spruced high-resolution digital files on a DVD or CD, allowing models to fill their desktops with ego-boosting wallpaper and giving parents a chance to relish the innocence of youth long after their kids are stained by spaghetti. Groupon participants can also get 25% off the purchase of signature fine art and canvas portrait prints of their photo session.
Joshua Ian Photography
Since taking on photography as a full-time pursuit in 2001, Joshua Ian has archived the happy moments of families, parents-to-be, and newlyweds through his skillfully targeted scene constructions. Solo portrait sitters and groups of friends and family converge in Joshua's studio or their choice of flattering location, such as a park, backyard, or vacationing neighbor's living room. Joshua artfully composes unlimited shots during his sessions, subtly editing them for blemishes and correcting color. After sessions, clients can drop by for print-ordering sessions, perusing and sharing their sets from an online gallery before choosing their favorite shots for emblazoning on photo paper and canvases.