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Reviewed January 12, 2013
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What You'll Get
Good photographs can be ruined by redeye, when the bright light of the flash causes eyeballs to protect themselves by turning completely around and exposing their brain cords. Stare straight with this Groupon.
$35 for On-Location Photo-Shoot Package ($230 Total Value)
- One-hour on-location photo shoot (a $75 value)
- One image on CD (a $50 value)
- One 8”x10” print (a $20 value)
- Two 5”x7” prints (a $15 value)
- Eight wallet-size prints (a $20 value)
- Online proof viewing for six months (a $50 value)
Prints and image CDs must be of the same pose. Groupon customers can purchase their CD with 10 high-resolution images for 25% off the original price of $100, if bought within seven days of the shoot.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 14, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only within 40 miles of 33544. Travel up to 30 miles from 33544 is included, $1.50 extra fee for each additional mile. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Part of a Pair Photography
No photography studio can match the expansiveness of the great outdoors, and photographer Leslie Goodmanson makes good use of Mother Nature’s backdrop by shooting the bulk of her work under blue skies and sunlight. Leslie co-owns Part of a Pair Photography with her close friend Lisa, and the two work together to pose expectant parents or full-grown families on beaches, park benches, or in the shade of towering trees. Both mothers, Leslie and Lisa take a special pride in their infant photography, which celebrates new life simply with black-and-white prints highlighted by select color accents. Whether snapping shots of graduating seniors or newlyweds at the altar, the two contrast traditionally posed photos with snapshots that make use of alternate perspectives, such as a bird’s-eye view or the canted, low-angle sightline of an observant garden gnome.