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What You'll Get
Photographs provide the only evidence that the past existed, aside from the outdated swear words used by grandparents, such as “huckster” and “aw, chestnuts.” Make history with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$45 for an in-studio portrait package (a $199.99 value)
$85 for an on-location portrait package (a $299.99 value)
- One-hour photo shoot of one person
- Disc with 10 low-resolution images
- One 8”x10” print, four 5”x7” prints, and 24 wallet-sized prints of one pose<p>
$45 for an in-studio business-portrait package (a $199.99 value)
$85 for an on-location business-portrait package (a $299.99 value)
- One-hour photo shoot
- One pose, with the image licensed for advertising in print or online media
- Full-resolution image, web-sized image, and Facebook-sized image on a CD<p>
The rights of the business portraits are released to the client, but not the images from the regular portrait sessions.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice requested. Valid for 1 participant only. On-location options valid only within 30mi of 02895. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rhode Island Photography Workshops
After purchasing his first DSLR camera, Gary Detonnancourt made the common mistake of investing in expensive equipment before learning to use what he already had. Eventually realizing that his gear was only as good as his understanding of it, he became a self-made expert in the art of digital photography. He went on to become president of the Northern Rhode Island Camera Club, and he now draws on years spent as a science teacher to explain to students how light works and why shining a laser pointer on something is hilarious. That same experience has caused him to apply a hands-on philosophy in workshops and online programs as well as lessons in studio photography, fine-art printing, and Photoshop. The shutterbug also appears at weddings to capture special-day grins, and portraits of young children beg for space in photo albums next to teddy bear–hunting licenses.