Photographers preserve subjects’ precious memories, abolishing the need to hastily scoop reflections out of nearby fountains. Seek permanence with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$59 for a portrait package (a $204 total value)
- Photo shoot (a $75 value)
- One 8”x10” print, two 5”x7” prints, and eight wallet-size prints of one pose in black and white or color (a $129 value)<p>
$59 for a high-school senior-portrait package (a $204 total value) * Photo shoot for one (a $75 value) * The same print package listed above (a $129 value)<p>
Little Rascals Photography’s skilled shutterbug, Tracy Snyder, captures fleeting memories in their natural habitats, snapping up solo shots and portraits of families and groups against a variety of studio backdrops or in Sharon Woods Park’s idyllic historical village. Tracy sets up stately senior portraits, snaps shots of newborns in their springtime finery, or pins down photos of smiling Mother’s Day moments before Grandma’s lycanthropy kicks in. From April through November, weather permitting, subjects can decamp to the stunning Heritage Village Museum in Sharon Woods Park, where the natural beauty of cottages and picket fences make photos even more timeless. After placing an 8”x10” print on the mantel, arranging two 5”x7” prints on a table, and tucking eight wallet photos into pocketbooks, photographees can order extra prints à la carte.<p>
Little Rascals Photography
The two young brothers smile shyly from beneath their caps, their suspenders and bowties slightly askew on their small frames. From behind her camera, Tracy Snyder gently asks the older boy to lean in toward his little brother, and as a mischievous smile breaks across his face, she captures the fleeting grin with the click of a button. A champion of immortalizing moments such as this one, Tracy prides herself on creating essence-capturing portraits thanks to her skill for forging relaxed connections between herself and each of her subjects.
Tracy—a shutterbug with years of experience both behind and in front of the camera—founded Little Rascals Photography as a means of exploring the timeless appeal of old portraits, which is often lost in modern portraiture. This predilection for the past is evidenced in her signature sepia and black-and-white shots that hearken to bygone days, thanks to vintage costuming and careful lighting. Tracy further upholds this old-world approach to photography by hand-tinting her monochromatic shots with pops of color. Her strengths in creating vintage looks also translate to the modern photographing style she uses when taking high-school senior portraits. Each carefully arranged shoot is held either in Tracy’s studio, which houses indoor settings with stairs and windows, or outdoors amid the scenic picket fences and waterfalls found throughout the historic village of Sharon Woods Park.