A photographic memory is a blessing and a curse: you can remember everything, but you can't change the trial memories to make it so you were the one with the gavel and the wig. Let your memories embellish the past, but capture the truth for your records with today's deal: for $59, you get a one-hour, on-location photo shoot plus 15 to 20 high-resolution digital images from Odessa Cozzolino Photography (a $200 value). Shoots are available Monday through Friday.
A shutterbug specialist in portraiture of children, families, and individuals, Odessa Cozzolino's warm presence and casual approach make subjects comfortable, helping to create lasting, vibrant portraiture of children, families, and individuals. Using her keen eye and mechanical Cyclops, Odessa lets say-cheesers move freely and be themselves, transforming spontaneous moments into works of art that evoke personality and character. After one hour shooting at the location of your choice, she'll edit 15 to 20 of the best shots and upload them to a private online gallery, allowing you to freely share with family and friends and giving you printing rights so you can create professional-looking "missing" posters.
Like fugitives, precious moments are constantly on the move, living in daily fear of lifetime detainment in an iron frame or Grandma's scrapbook. Odessa Cozzolino's daring detective work easily captures runaway instants, making her a great hire for senior portraits, glamour shots, engagement photos, or pensive mug shots.
There is a max of four subjects per shoot. Each additional person is $25.
Seven kidoinfo users give Odessa Cozzolino Photography an average of five stars:
- I would highly recommend Odessa to anyone! Our photo session felt more like we were just hanging out with an old friend who just happened to have a camera, it was so much fun! – Cindy Dean
- I used Odessa Cozzolino photography to shoot our holiday cards. We did it outdoors and my kids just played. It felt casual, fun and the pictures came out beautiful. The colors were gorgeous and the cards felt spontaneous and fun. – Karen Zamd