What You'll Get
Leaving a boudoir photo under your pillow is a great way to add excitement to your love life or seduce the tooth fairy. Delight the loves of your life with this Groupon.
$99 for a Boudoir Photo-Shoot Package ($700 Value)
- Personal consultation about wardrobe and prop choices
- 30-minute private photo shoot with two outfit changes (a $100 value)
- Slide show set to music, delivered via DVD or email (a $350 value)
- 10 printable, low-resolution digital images from the slideshow (a $250 value)
- 15% off any items on the studio’s à la carte price list
Subjects must bring their own outfits for the boudoir photo shoot. Professional hair and makeup services are available onsite for an additional cost. To see a slideshow of images, click here; to see Quillen Photography's Groupon FAQ, click here.
Warehouse Row Boudoir By Tina Quillen Photography
Warehouse Row Boudoir By Tina Quillen Photography's all-female staff excels at capturing wedding, boudoir, and portrait photography amid the comforts of an urban studio. Their portrait process consists of three appointments. During an initial private consultation, staff member and client discuss the shoot's outfits and mood. Genres for the eventual session include seductive and suggestive, classic and graceful, a little suggestive, artistic, and flirty. The next appointment involves session day with the photographer and the final visit consists of the selection process of the final images. Digital touchups enhance natural features and lend a monumental majesty to each pose.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 7, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiples additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Quillen Photography
Quillen Photography's artists excel at capturing newlyweds, graduates, and families amid the sunlit, disparate textures of the outdoors. Their portrait process consists of three appointments. During an initial consultation by phone, in person, or through a series of expressive photographs, photographer and client discuss the shoot's outfits and mood. The photographer then travels to a locale around Clovis for the shoot, and invites the client to the studio to select a final image among the proofs. Digital touchups play down blemishes and lend a monumental majesty to each pose.