What You'll Get
Quality photos leave the subjects looking their best, unlike mouth-staining popsicles and confrontational Christmas-shopping tussles. Undo a tarnished image with today’s Groupon to Taylor Made Photography in Edmond. Led by master semblance snapper Randy Taylor, the staff at Taylor Made is made up of practiced portraiture pros, brandishing up-to-date photo technology in an inviting studio and lush outdoor photogarden. Up to six people may be featured in this 30-minute shoot, and Groupon holders can take advantage of the picturesque private garden normally not available during a basic session. This Groupon also gets you 20% off your initial print order. An on-location upgrade is also available for an $85 additional charge, so memory makers should inquire when calling to book a session.
- I think that Taylor Made is very well rounded and very experienced. It made me really happy the way my pictures turned out! Taylor Made really does have quite the variety! – K.W.
- Taylor Made Photography really works hard for the best product. I was so happy with my final product! I would definitely recommend that others go to Taylor Made. – M.S.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy mult as gifts. Limit 6 ppl/shoot. By appt only. Digital slideshow good for internet and phone use. 20% off valid for initial print order only. Can upgrade to on-location for $85 fee. Not valid for Easter photo shoots. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.