Giving someone your photo is a great way to help that person remember you, especially if you don't have time to knit a sweater from your own hair. Don't let them forget you with this Groupon.
$19 for an Outdoor Photo-Shoot Package ($218 Total Value)
- On-location or in-studio, 30-minute photo shoot (a $100 value)
- The “Beginnings” print package (a $49 value) including one 8”x10”, two 5”x7”, four 4"x5", and eight wallet-size prints of your favorite pose
- An E-View CD with digital files of all images (a $69 value)
A limited number of appointments for Easter portraits with live bunnies are available at the Sterling Heights studio through April 6. Outdoor sessions start June 2, and are held at specific area locations on select dates. See the full schedule.
Smile America Portraits
In the last 40 years, Smile America Portraits' photographers have helped to memorialize special moments in the lives of thousands of children, teens, and adults across the country. By constantly working with families, they have mastered the art of calming toddlers and keeping parents still enough to say or even pasteurize cheese. Outdoor shoots make use of natural tones, such as those of crystal-blue lake waters and green, leafy trees. In the spring months, photos brim with the pastel buds of tulips and the shine of bluebirds applying makeup for the first time all year.
74% of 3,154 customers recommend
“Had a really nice time and the photographer was really nice to us :)”
“Great session with Donna and great pictures for the price. Would recommend :)”
“This is the second time I've bought a Groupon and had pictures taken by Smile America We had the same female photographer both times and really enjoyed that as she...”
“This is the second time I've bought a Groupon and had pictures taken by Smile America We had the same female photographer both times and really enjoyed that as she is very good and personable I like that they provide you with a phone number to call if you have any questions 7 days a week and also like that they take the photos on the Indianapolis Museum of Art grounds It makes for some really different pictures”