What You'll Get
A photograph can say a thousand words, but it quickly loses its composure when it tries to read anything other than facial expressions. Show your support for this nearly illiterate art form with today’s Groupon: for $69, you get a family portrait session and one 11" x 14" print from Ken Lewis Studio (up to a $260 value). This Groupon is valid for an on-location session in the Reno/Carson area.
Capturing breathtaking photos of his subjects from creative angles, photographer Ken Lewis holds timeless moments hostage in high-quality prints. Specializing in portrait photography, Ken’s camera calls forth serene images with stunning portraits that pair nicely with cryptic Jim Morrison quotes. Families tired of sitting for hours in painful baroque poses can stretch out for a casual session in their favorite park (up to a $200 value per session). Ken creates one 11" x 14" print (a $60 value) of the finest image from the session for customers to share with their loved ones or mount in their homes.
Although not included with this Groupon, Ken—a self-described creative visual artist with a wide range of image-capturing skills—also operates a video studio that offers documentary filming and editing of concerts, sporting events, and Sasquatch-hunting expeditions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 8, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. On-location shoots subject to weather. Valid only in Reno and Carson area. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ken Lewis Studio
Professional shutterbug Ken Lewis asked for his first camera when he was just 8 years old. Since then, Lewis has been snapping images everywhere he goes, from documenting weddings while in high school to acting as the unit photographer during his time in the Marines.
At his eponymous studio, Lewis captures unique family dynamics, the grins of graduating seniors, and the adorable antics of pooches. He is also in his element snapping pictures in nature, capturing children frolicking in the grass or affianced couples strolling on a beach or a fire anthill. Lewis still chronicles weddings but has progressed from just taking pictures to using both his camera and a video camera.