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Freeze time and preserve images from your memory more accurately than your amateur boxing career lets you remember them with a portrait session with Robyn Basso, the shutterbug behind Robyn Basso Photography. Today’s side deal gets you a studio photography session plus your choice from three featured packages for $150. Basso specializes in baby, maternity, and headshots, and strives to capture a moment with her work, preferably the moment an awesome photograph is taken.
Basso got bit by the photo bug during a childhood jaunt to drop off film at the age of eight. Hooked, she decided to devote her life to preserving precious moments, developing a name and niche with her affordable, awe-inspiring images of expectant mothers, families, and babies—the trifecta of heartstring-pulling photography.
Choose from one of the following packages:
- Package A: Maternity/Newborn Combo: Includes three belly shots, a newborn session, and high-resolution images saved on a CD
- Package B: Baby: Robyn will get your droll ball of joy to giggle and gurgle during a portrait session, and you’ll get two 5x7 prints, and four 4 x 6 prints along with high-resolution images on a CD
- Package C: Headshot: After a professional make-up session, you’ll take home a disk of stunning shoulders-up shots to fax to your next commercial audition or just fancy-up your mom’s mantle
Get this side deal to give a gift that lasts much longer than wrapping paper and assorted nut tins, to preserve the cuteness of ephemeral newbornness, or to glamorize your Yearbook or Flitter profile photograph.
Note: All sessions are done Monday through Thursday in Robyn’s Redwood City studio.
Robyn Bassos received five stars from one Yelper:
- Robyn is AWESOME!…Her work is incredible, especially her black-and-whites. She makes everyone feel super-comfortable. – Julie T.
Throughout the whole of nature, there are many elusive beings that cannot be properly photographed (vampires, ninjas, your girlfriend who goes to a different high school). Groupon paraphotographers were, however, able to uncover one irrefutable incident of ghost photography: the infamous Hansen Collection.
In 1978, amateur bat photographer Gregory Hansen was in his front yard one night when a mysterious white orb appeared in the sky over his home. Diverting his attention from a particularly active nest of eptesicus fuscus, he began photographing the orb, which made no attempt to flee or conceal itself. Hansen continued to document the orb as it reappeared over his house, each night shrinking slightly “as though passing slowly into the spirit world,” Hansen observed. On particularly cloudy nights, the orb would not be present, prompting Hansen to speculate that ghosts may be allergic to thunder.
Although skeptics have said “I don’t have time for this” and “Seriously, are you five? I’m actually asking you if you are literally five years old” regarding Hansen’s photos, die-hard Hansenites keep the truth alive through web-based communities and Obey The Orb street graffiti. Hansen tragically passed away in 2005, when he was struck by a roaring mechanical demon while crossing the street.
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