Professional photographers have learned to avoid many of the mistakes amateurs make, such as using the wrong exposure or forcing subjects to stand too close to the sun. Enjoy a safe, professional shoot with today’s Groupon to Thomas’ Photographic Services. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get an in-studio photo-shoot package (up to a $186 total value), which includes the following:
- One-hour in-studio photo shoot (a $99 value)
- Print-package A (an $87 value)<p>
- For $79, you get an on-location photo-shoot package (up to a $212 total value), which includes the following:
- One-hour on-location photo shoot (a $125 value)
- Print-package A (an $87 value)
Print Package A includes the following:
* One 8”x10” print
* Two 5”x7” prints
* A choice of two additional 8”x10” prints or two sheets with eight wallet prints each
Colin and Angela Thomas of Thomas’ Photographic Services specialize in on-site photography and editorial portraits, capturing memorable images as they charm subjects of any age to smile. People arrive at the studio, or request that Colin and Angela zipline directly to a chosen location within 15 miles of Homewood (locations farther away are available for an additional $0.50 a mile). After the camera has been filled with an hour’s worth of family portraits, individual glamor shots, or baby pictures cuter than penguins wearing aviator goggles, Colin posts them to a private web gallery and retouches selected frames. A package of prints—reproduced on a choice of 5 papers—allows clients to tuck photos into wallets, place them on mantle pieces, or glue them on the side-view mirrors of an ex’s truck.
Thomas' Photographic Services
Colin and Angela Thomas share more than their love for each other. As co-owners of Thomas' Photographic Services, the married duo shares their mutual passion for pictures, combining their distinctive photographic specialties to form one suite of services. Angela excels at traditional portraiture, carrying a large black bag that contains toys, treats, and tricks to capture the attention of pets and children. Colin, on the other hand, enjoys more creative forms of portraiture, capturing candid moments and facial expressions. Colin also enjoys retouching old and new photos, whether that means removing redeye or hiding evidence of having worn a powder blue tuxedo.
The couple spends a lot of time and effort reinvesting in their community outside business hours, even going so far as to found The Homewood Project. With this endeavor, they collect photography from neighbors and businesses to build a town yearbook, which serves as a living history of the area.