What You'll Get
Photographers momentarily detain Father Time in their film, granting officers the opportunity to question him about the recalibration of traversable wormholes. Aid in the machinations of temporal law enforcement with today's Groupon: for $60, you get an in-studio or off-site portrait sitting and $50 worth of prints (up to a $125 value) at Stick Productions, located in Rosemont.
Stick Productions captures countenances with a combination of photojournalistic and portraiture techniques to create pictures that tell a story. Flashbulb muses can situate themselves in the studio, off-site in Regina, or choose a combination of both to prove the steadfastness of their visibility in any type of light. Portrait sessions run unrestricted with no time limit, allowing for clothing changes, multiple locations, and slow-motion high fives in between takes. Two-dimensional souvenirs are available in a bevy of surface areas, including eight wallets ($20), an 8"x10" ($30), and an 11"x14" (starting at $80). If there is any disappointment with the finished product, from closed eyes to closed hearts, Stick's offer for a free reshoot frees clients from the tyrannical hold of frowny face lines.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 6 people per group for in-studio sitting. By appointment only. On-location site must be within Regina city limits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Stick Productions
Adam and Raina, the photographers and videographers behind Stick Productions, infuse each studio and on-location shoot with a lighthearted sense of fun, snaring professional, narrative shots of subjects in natural states of happiness. Specializing in wedding photography and videography, Adam and Raina strive to incorporate chosen on-location settings into their photos' overall composition, artfully manipulating natural light and adding a personalized signature to each candidly captured, photojournalistic image. In-studio portrait sittings allow time for clothing changes, whereas field shoots snap subjects at a favourite park, street corner, or space-shuttle launch pad.