The great romantic painters had the same goal: craft an image so beautiful it would come to life and marry them. Increase your chances of turning images into love using the modern version of painting—photography—with today’s Groupon to Studio Gagliano. Choose between the following options:
For $99, you get a boudoir-photography package (up to a $515 total value).<p>
- For $129, you get a boudoir-photography package (up to a $615 total value), which includes the following:
- Hair and makeup (a $100 value)<p>
Each boudoir-photography package includes the following:
- Preshoot consultation
- One-hour in-studio boudoir photo shoot with three outfit changes (a $350 value)
- One 8” x 10” print (up to a $75 value)
- Two 5” x 7” prints (up to a $45 value each)<p>
Experienced photographer April Gagliano-Cullett wields previous experience as an interior decorator to artfully capture tasteful, sensual boudoir photos. Before the shoot, April or a member of her team consults with the client to determine her preferences, whether she’s looking to evoke a retro-pinup style or pay homage to Napoleon’s pants-less march into Moscow. A professional stylist can amplify confidence by camera-readying hair and makeup, sculpting sexy tresses and sultry eyelashes that add a flirty feel to every frame. Expert eyes then guide the guest through poses in up to three outfit changes at the studio, putting them at ease against a choice of sultry backdrops.
For two weeks after the session, images are available on a password-protected website for proofing. Each patron chooses three images to be converted into a nightstand-ready 8” x 10” print and two 5” x 7” prints perfect for surprising a beau or blackmailing an evil twin, and extra prints are available at an additional cost. A CD with full-resolution images from the shoot may also be purchased for an additional cost.
Photographer April Cullett understands the importance of color, placement, and collaboration—she used to be an interior decorator before she opened Studio Gagliano. Nowadays, her eye for making things look their best influences her contemporary style of wedding photography and family portraiture. Her portfolio showcases a selection of black-and-white and color images, as well as a recurring technique, the side-by-side photo, which places multiple poses next to each other to create one memorable image. A majority of Cullett’s work is backdropped by city and rural landscapes, as well as patterned sheets in her naturally lit photography studio, and her collaborative approach produces both posed and spontaneous photos. To keep the collaboration going, Cullett invites her clients to the studio following each session to view a slideshow of the photos and select the best ones for placement on a private online gallery.
3500 Parkdale Ave.
Baltimore, Maryland 21211