What You'll Get
Photographs provide a more concrete way of recording recollections than sketching portraits in sand or dictating memoirs to an empty jam jar. Preserve precious memories with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a one-hour studio photo session and four prints at Just Shoot Me Photography in Moorpark (an $85 value).
Just Shoot Me owners and photographers Billy Dickson and Sarah Moreno combine their passion and years of professional experience to capture meaningful moments in their cozy, boutique-style studio. Specializing in wedding, newborn, and portrait photography, these aperture aces produce a warm and welcoming space for relaxed sittings ($25/one-hour session) that encourage subjects to be themselves and try out different outfits and poses, from “sitting and smiling” to “conflicted dinosaur.” The studio’s array of backdrops allows for various kinds of looks, and a cinematic approach to lighting ensures every subject's "it" factor will be preserved for future generations of adoring fans.
Like fugitives, precious moments are constantly on the move, living in daily fear of lifetime detainment in an iron frame or Grandma's scrapbook. Immortalized subjects will get to see the pictures taken during their Just Shoot Me session in the same day and will get to take home four sheets of prints ($15 value/sheet), picking and choosing among 8"x10" (one/sheet), 5"x7" (two/sheet), 4"x6" (five/sheet), and wallet-size prints (eight/sheet).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Just Shoot Me Photography
Billy Dickson and the photographers at Just Shoot Me Photography specialize in chronicling two of the most memorable times in life: the emotion and excitement of a wedding day and the wonder at the introduction of a newborn. During weddings, the team captures the big moments—the march down the aisle, the first dance—but they also spy subtle moments that evoke the mood of the day: a ring gleaming on a side table as the bride gets ready, or a close-up of a bridesmaid's hands as she clutches a bouquet of flowers.
The team also shines working around infants, often photographing babies as young as 4–14 days old. They adore shots in which parents cradle their newborns in their hands, a pose which puts the tiny size of the mini models in perspective. Brothers and sisters can join in these portraits, too, stepping off to the side to play a Nintendo 64 game console or discuss how to convince their parents to name their new sibling "Ludwig van Baby" when it's not their turn in the spotlight anymore.