What You'll Get
Though using quantum-leaping lasers to divide segments of the space-time continuum would theoretically capture a slice of life, it could make the universe implode. Safely and professionally preserve moments and memories with today’s Groupon: for $59, you get a professional family photo package (a $279 value) at King Street Studios. The package includes the following:
- A half-hour studio photo shoot
- Two 5x7 archival-quality prints
- Three digital files
- Professional post-production in black-and-white or color<p>
Photographers blend the sincerity of editorial photography with the art of classic portraiture at King Street Studios. Subjects head to the studio for a half-hour shoot, in which a talented camera wielder encapsulates candid moments or poses families for holiday photos. All snapshots, including two 5”x7” prints on archival media and three digital files, receive professional post-production and ultimately appear in a choice of black and white, color, or the invisible ultraviolet spectrum.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About King Street Studios
When Todd Surber's parents incorrectly loaded film into their camera on the day of his high-school graduation, they left their son without any pictures to document his achievement. These days, at King Street Studios, Todd ensures that similar special moments are never lost for his clients. He snaps shots of families, weddings, clown troupes, and high-school seniors with a photojournalistic style honed from touring with top rock bands such as Papa Roach. After sessions on location or in Todd’s 1,500-square-foot boutique studio, patrons can choose their most beloved memories in an online proofing gallery of retouched color or black-and-white images. Todd also invites customers to view their canvas portraits in the studio’s projection room so they can see how the pictures will appear when enlarged to their appropriate size.