While using quantum-leaping lasers to divide segments of the space-time continuum would theoretically capture a slice of life, its repercussions could implode the universe. Safely and professionally preserve moments and memories with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a single-outfit in-studio 45-minute family portrait session and prints at Kim Jew Photography. This Groupon can be redeemed at any of three studios: in Eubank, Gruber, or Corrales.
Kim Jew’s photography is characterized by superb lighting, creative composition, and memorable expressions that make people look their best. During a 45-minute family portrait session (a $100 value), families of any size gather together and pose for a timeless, relationship-strengthening photo shoot that can be customized with whatever props, uniforms, pets, or science experiments will fit through the studio’s door. Only one outfit will be allowed, so families should agree on decorative details ahead of time. For the best photographic results, Kim Jew recommends that models wear dark or bright solid colors, which will focus attention on faces, help clients appear thinner, and avoid searing headaches caused by clashing prints and patterns. After the session is over, a basic portrait package (a $199 value), including an 8" x 10", a 5" x 7", and eight wallet-sized prints, will be awarded as long as everyone cooperates by not filling the studio with water and unleashing genetically engineered giant goldfish.
Kim Jew Photography
Muhammad Ali, Barack Obama, Jay Leno, Tony Bennett—renowned shutterbug Kim Jew has aimed his lens at them all. His photographs of celebrities and prominent politicians have landed on the pages of high-profile publications including Harper's Bazaar and GQ over a career that has spanned more than three decades. Today, he helms three studios, where a staff of shutterbugs snaps images in styles ranging from composite and fine art to editorial high fashion. The studios specialize in portraiture, documenting graduating seniors wearing caps and gowns, toddlers wearing cupcake crumbs, and families showing off the matching dimples they got from a great aunt's insistent cheek pinching.