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 $89, you get a 30-minute on-location portrait session and an 11"x14" print from Kellie McCann Photography (a $480 value).
Kellie McCann, who worked as an award-winning shutterbug for several newspapers nationwide before starting her business, seizes shots using carefully curated light and picturesque landscapes along Georgia and South Carolina's oceanfront vistas. Kellie's on-location portrait sessions (a $250 value) capture families, sweethearts, children, or teams of alter egos against the photogenic features of the Hilton Head, Fripp, and Tybee islands. Adorn forgetful mantles with a tabletop 11"x14" print (a $230 value), which includes a standard retouching and linen-texture embossment for an enhanced finish. Subjects with an aversion to sand and floppy-hatted crustaceans can choose to have their visage preserved in the location of their own choosing, though a $75 travel fee will apply for landscapes outside of the area. This Groupon can be applied toward longer sessions for additional cost.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only; subject to availability. Valid within the Hilton Head and Bluffton area, additional fees apply for areas located outside of Hilton Head and Bluffton area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kellie McCann Photography
At age 16, when most girls swoon for dreamy eyes and dimples, Kellie McCann fell for a Canon AE-1. After graduating with a degree in photojournalism and winning awards freelancing for newspapers, she opened her eponymous studio. Honing her talent over nearly two decades, Kellie has documented dozens of weddings and family portraits. During portrait sessions, Kellie adapts the scarlet hues of sunset or sunny yellow light of a bright afternoon to frame her subjects in natural light when possible—an organic principle she maintains whether capturing the smiles of children or the paralyzing fear in newly engaged couples' eyes.