Photographers preserve subjects’ precious memories, abolishing the need to hastily scoop reflections out of nearby fountains. Seek permanence with today’s Groupon to Taylor Made Photography in Edmond. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get a portrait package (a $145 total value), which includes:
- Half-hour photo session (a $45 value)
- 10 holiday cards (a $30 value)
- 5”x7” gift portrait (a $45 value)
Image posted on Facebook (a $25 value)<p>
- For $39, you get a three-image restoration package (a $120 total value), which includes:
- Three scans (a $30 value)
- Three basic restorations (a $45 value)
Three 5”x7” prints (a $45 value)<p>
- For $89, you get a six-image restoration package (a $265 total value), which includes:
- Six scans (a $60 value)
- Six basic restorations (a $90 value)
- Six 5”x7” prints (a $90 value)
- Six restored digital files on disc (a $25 value)<p>
For more than three decades, the flash-dispatchers at Taylor Made Photography have captured memories on film and restored fading snapshots to their former glory. During a half-hour in-studio shoot, subjects strike poses in front of an elf-woven holiday backdrop or a traditional portrait backdrop. Weather permitting, portrait sessions may be held in Taylor Made’s lush private garden. The favorite frame will be immortalized on Taylor Made’s Facebook page for immediate tagging, as well as on a 5”x7” gift portrait and on a set of holiday cards.
Images undergoing a restoration procedure are scanned and digitized by trained technicians who then retake the photos with subjects’ sharpest-looking doppelgangers. Professional peepers scour pictures to identify flaws, removing photos’ spots, fixing colors, and correcting visual density. In the six-image package, the 5”x7” prints form an analog of the disc of refreshed, digitized daguerreotypes.
Taylor Made Photography
Though Randy Taylor’s passion for photography has taken him to the Iditarod dogsled race in Alaska and back, he spends most of his time at Taylor Made Photography capturing shots of families and kids. Back in the studio or outside in its gardens—complete with footbridge, tire swing, hay bales, and stone archways—Randy and his staff compose classic portraits marked by vibrant colors and flattering light. To keep his skills up to snuff, the 30-year industry veteran regularly participates in photography competitions and acts as a judge himself at national circuit conventions where he’s impervious to bribes, no matter how much saltwater taffy they entail.