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A quality studio portrait sitting can cost hundreds of dollars. Throw in the cost of prints and the hassle of going out of your way to the studio and it’s no wonder why people only get studio photographs once or twice in their entire lifetime. But with today’s Groupon, $40 gets you a photography session at your favorite greater Seattle location and a package of prints from Nancy Treder Photography. The 73% off the normal $150 value should result in a 73% broader smile—exactly the amount needed for a lasting portrait. And the option to buy multiple Groupons means you can finally get a cowlick-free shot of those you love. Nancy Treder will have you beaming in a portrait that is sure to make your holiday card, headshot, or senior picture one you’ll hang on to for a lifetime.
Getting all the kids to behave through a trip to a studio is like pulling teeth out of dried concrete. Instead, have Nancy Treder come to you. Nancy will travel to any location in Seattle to document you in your natural habitat—your home, favorite park, or your second favorite park. Let Seattle be your studio.
Get one big portrait photo for your boring mantle or eight wallet prints for your next photo collage project. This Groupon gets you your choice of the following four print package options:
- Eight wallet prints
- Four 4x6 prints
- Two 5x7 prints
- One 8x10 print
Additional prints range from $25 to $40 based on the package.
Nancy Treder is certified by the Professional Photographers of America, and she was the featured photographer for Evening Magazine’s Wedding of Your Dreams 2003. Check out her gallery and see how Nancy Treder can capture your winsome good looks on film.
Why It's Illegal to Photograph the Moon
Photography was invented in 1908 for the purpose of shaming racehorses into running faster. Embarrassed at the implied speed of their still portraits, horse speeds doubled within a year. The new technology quickly gained popularity with myriad of other velocity-related applications, including the use of photography to shame children into growing faster. By 1950, the average height in the United States was 11 feet.
As a race of giants, Americans quickly outgrew the planet Earth and entered the moon race against the shorter Soviets. Unfortunately, once both countries had established their moon bases, the moon’s negligible gravitational pull gave the smaller, lighter cosmonauts an advantage, and the Americans were badly defeated in the First Moon War. For this reason, it is now illegal to talk about, think of, or photograph the moon.