What You'll Get
The right lighting and a professional photographer can ensure that one’s presidential portrait is free of background tire fires. Capture your best side for all time with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get a photo-shoot package from Studio Innovations in Moore (a $170 value). The package includes:
- One half-hour in-studio photo shoot for up to 6 people ($5 per additional person up to 15)
- Three high-resolution digital images on a CD
- One personalized greeting card<p>
At Studio Innovations, a seasoned photographer invokes expertise in family portraiture to craft a package designed specifically for clans of up to 6 ($5/person more than 6, with maximum of 15). Schedule a sitting online, and personalize pictures with one background of choice and one coordinated group outfit, which allows family members to dress casual, formal, or as the cast of Les Misérables. After a half hour of spirited posing, models for the day will receive a CD loaded with three high-resolution shots and a personalized greeting card emblazoned with their likenesses.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Online reservation required; subject to availability. Limit 1 background and 1 outfit per session. Extra fee for more than 6 people per session; 15-person max. Not valid for wedding shoots. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Studio Innovations
Studio Innovations lives up to its name, and the proof is in its galleries of quirky and original portrait sessions. Whether photographing babies, high-school seniors, or genius babies graduating high school, the staff never hesitates to incorporate creative props into the high-contrast, boldly colored prints. Nowhere are the studio's ace editing skills more on display than in their pinup shoots, which capture coquettish frames of ladies amid vintage kitchen and dinner backdrops. Gals can transform their best shots into a calendar, deck of playing cards, or leather-bound portfolio.