Giving someone your photo is a great way to help that person remember you, especially if you don't have time to knit a sweater from your own hair. Don't let them forget you with this Groupon.
$59 for a Photo Shoot and Holiday-Themed-Card Package ($120 Value)
- Online preshoot consultation, questionnaire, and PDF to determine location, discuss outfit ideas, and better customize the photo shoot
- 45-minute in-studio or on-location photo shoot for immediate family members with unlimited poses and outfit changes
- Online gallery of custom-edited images from the shoot
- One custom-edited image in a holiday-card design and one custom-designed image for a Facebook cover photo
- Print release for all photos
Clients choose between and in-studio shoot or select an outdoor location, complete with a holiday set of Christmas trees, lights, and props. Grace can provide a CD containing all custom-edited images from the session with full printing rights for an additional $10. This offer is valid for families, which include the following subjects: Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, and pets. Additional subjects are $25 per person, per shoot.
Photographer Grace Trudeau was a full-time model before she picked up her first Nikon DSLR. Drawing upon her experience on both sides of the lens, Grace gives clients posing ideas and shows them her images as she shoots so they can see how they look. During each session, she wields two Nikon DSLR cameras and a trio of lenses , whether she’s working under the soft lights of her home studio or on-location on a farm, at the beach, or in the woods. At the end of each session, Grace custom-edits images, enhancing colors or injecting textures to add depth. Next, she prints out the resulting images onto canvas prints, statuettes, holiday cards, and accordion books; or transfers them onto iPhone cases, mouse pads, and shirts.
When she’s not shooting and editing, Grace is donating her time to various charities and mentoring beginning photographers. At her studio she teaches them about DSLR camera settings, the basics of shooting, and how not to smear peanut butter on your lenses. She then leads them through a real photo-shoot; and invites them to edit their photos alongside her while she gives advice.