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What You'll Get
Photographs provide a more concrete way of recording recollections than sketching portraits in sand or dictating memoirs to an empty jam jar. Preserve precious memories with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a portrait session, prints, and a photo CD at MotoPhoto (up to a $100 value).
Behind lenses trained to capture winning grins and thoughtful poses, MotoPhoto's professional camera crew lassos fleeing moments during portrait sessions. Subjects arrive for muse duty at MotoPhoto's May Avenue studio, arranging solo sittings or group shots of up to seven people, including family members, best friends, and favorite bobsled teams. After a 30-minute snapshot session (up to a $20 value), customers consult with photographers to determine their preferred pose. Populate empty frames or replace Nixon on the $5 bill with shots from MotoPhoto's picture package (a $55 value), which contains one 8"x10", two 5"x7", and eight wallet-size prints. Groupon holders also snag a digital keepsake in the form of a slide-show CD (a $25 value) containing shots from the day's photo session.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
The shutterbugs at MotoPhoto capture natural expressions in portrait shoots, but they also enhance those shots with retouching services. Rather than drawing smiles on their subjects with lipstick, the professionals elicit relaxed dimples during their sessions, and they are happy to aim their lenses either in-studio or at the subjects’ home. After the experts edit out their flyaway hairs, subjects can order everything from collages and calendars to custom photo books and greeting cards.
In addition to creating new images, MotoPhoto deals with existing photographs, scanning the contents of old albums to create digital files and restoring age-worn photographs. They also transfer the contents of VHS tapes and other antiquated formats to DVDs, preserving videos of a youngster’s first bike ride or a tiny pothole’s first attempt to wreck a bicycle.