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August 25, 2013
What You'll Get
For $5, receive 50% Off Your First Lesson or Class.
Original retail value is $120 for a lesson and $80 for a class, customer will receive 50% off one option.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New customers only. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Customer will receive 50% off 1st class or lesson only. This does not work with any other package deals. Must call ahead of time to redeem and register for the class or lesson. Groupon not applicable to discount package pricing applies only to individual class or lesson. Promotional value paid will be auto-refunded after expiration. This voucher is issued by the merchant. Additional fees may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About REDred Photo School & Studio
Founder Neil Buckland grew up with a Canon FTb in his hands, and as an adult, parlayed his affinity for striking images into a lucrative career in advertising design and branding. But something wasn’t right. As time passed, Buckland was spending more and more time finding excuses to ditch work and take some snapshots. Finally in 2008, he gave into his true calling, ditched the workaday world of office life, and founded REDred Photo School & Studio.
Today, his accessible workshops and classes help students learn some of the trickier intricacies of modern photography—from understanding what exposure is and how to manipulate it to how to rejigger a DSLR’s auto-modes so that it actually takes decent pictures. Other classes cover more technical concepts such as studio lighting, while still others such as The Art of Photography focus on the aesthetic side. Buckland’s studio is available to rent for personal or commercial photo shoots of any kind, and, for additional fees, the staff can augment such shoots with make-up services, lighting assistance, models for hire, and old-fashioned pterodactyl-powered cameras.