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What You'll Get
The great Romantic painters had the same goal—to craft an image so beautiful that it would come to life and marry them. Increase your chances of turning images into love using the modern version of painting, photography, with today’s Groupon: for $65, you get a boudoir package at MAC Photography in Greensboro (a $350 total value), which includes:
- A one-hour boudoir photo shoot
- Up to three outfits and digital file of selected image
- Choice of retouched 8”x10” or 11”x14” print<p>
The experienced photographers at MAC Photography guide subjects through tastefully sensual boudoir photo shoots that result in professionally retouched masterpieces. After a preappointment consultation, the photographer helps patrons relax as they strike poses in up to three outfits at MAC’s discreet, closed studio. The space’s simple décor sets the stage for the hour-long shoot, which can be enhanced with in-house props such as furs, boas, pearls, and Lite-Brites spelling out saucy messages. Later, a retouch artist airbrushes away skin imperfections to produce magazine-quality shots. During a consultation about two weeks after the session, clients select an image to keep as a digital file and MAC Photography converts it into a choice of 8”x10” or 11”x14” print, ideal for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary gift, or an ultraconfident holiday card.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Hair and make-up not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About MAC Photography
The experienced photographers at MAC Photography capture stylized images that seem plucked from the pages of a storybook. During more than a dozen themed photo shoots, they provide vintage props and intricate costumes, capturing nostalgic fishing-hole scenes or whimsical portraits of children dressed as fairies. Rather than falling back on clichéd poses such as families standing in a row or pets emulating the evolution of man chart, they capture surprising images: a bridal party holding aloft bright umbrellas, a desaturated picture of a boy reading picture book to his little sister, a family gathered on a couch in the middle of the woods. After shoots, a retouch artist airbrushes away skin imperfections to produce magazine-quality shots.