What You'll Get
$159 for a Portrait Session Package ($520 Value)
- Consultation and 60- to 90-minute portrait session with up to five people (a $200 value)
- $320 toward a wall portrait; prices start at $319 for a 16”x20”<p>
During your consultation, you and a staff member will select one of the pre-approved locations or discuss alternative arrangements, which may incur additional fees.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, 2 addl as gifts. Limit 1/family. New clients only. Not valid 11/1-11/2, 11/8-11/9, 11/15-11/16, 11/23-11/30, 12/21-12/28. Appt required. 48hr cancel policy. All cancels or reschedules are subject to $50 fee; fee up to full Groupon price may result for no-shows. Family portrait option valid for up to 5 people only. Portraits may be created at a Photographic Design permit location or studio location. Extra fee may apply for non-permit or home locations. Not valid for lifestyle sessions. Wall portrait credit must be applied toward a 16"x20" or larger wall portrait. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Photographic Designs
Rachel Williams majored in Psychology, but her current clients don't sit on couches. They sit on benches—outdoors, amid fall foliage—or they perch on stone stoops, or frolic through open fields. That's because Rachel transferred her superb people skills from the study of psychology to the study of photography, putting in years of training at several studios in Texas and Oklahoma. Along the way, she learned what doesn't work, namely uniform poses, poor understandings of natural lighting, and trendy color tones that may not stand the test of time and its this understanding that garnered her the Master of Photography title from the Professional Photographers of America. That's why Rachel and her team devote themselves to quality on every front, from their portraits' careful composition to their use of professional lighting and their meticulous retouching of every portrait. This commitment manifests itself in all of Rachel's portraits, as her lens follows families, and newborns through childhood and on to high-school graduation.