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 $69, you get a photo session and three 5"x7" prints from Lance Johnston Studios (a $285 value). This Groupon can be redeemed at either the Little Rock studio, Conway studio, or anywhere within 30 miles of downtown Little Rock.
Shooting in a style he describes as “new classic”, professional photographer Lance Johnston has 17 years of experience capturing serene scenes with a blend of traditional sophistication and contemporary polish. Both of Johnston's studios furnish quiet, cozy environments that allow portrait posers to feel comfortable and finally let down the ornate medieval shields they perpetually tote around. After the shoot, subjects receive three 5"x7" prints of their newly immortalized visages, ideal for decorating walls, adorning mantles, and replacing defective mirrors.
Whether snapping weddings, families, children, or graduating seniors, Johnston and his trained staff preserve life’s fleeting moments more stylishly than camera-phone daguerreotypes. For an additional fee (not included in this Groupon), images can also be made available digitally.
Lance Johnston Studios
In 1994, Lance Johnston launched his photography business in a makeshift studio within the garage his parents’ house. These days, his studio in Conway still resides in a Johnston-family garage, only this time the 1,200-square-foot space rests on nearly two acres of land that Lance owns himself. During Wednesday and Friday sessions in Conway, Tuesday and Thursday shoots at his Little Rock Studio, and numerous on-location appointments in between, Lance and his top-notch staff busily refine his “new classic” style by snapping shots of families, high-school seniors, wedding parties, and kids. His clients can capture their favorites in a variety of matted, framed, and canvas portraits. Lance’s eye for preservation-ready moments has earned him 11 Kodak-Gallery awards as well as honors for his children’s photography from the APPA and the Arkansas chapter of the If You Keep Making That Face, It Might Stay That Way Forever Foundation.