Photographers preserve subjects’ precious memories, abolishing the need to hastily scoop reflections out of nearby fountains. Seek permanence with today’s Groupon to Tiffany Photographic Studio. Tiffany Photographic Studio’s website depicts nudity. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get a group-portrait package (a $220 value) that includes:
- One-hour group portrait session for up to 10
- One 8”x10” print<p>
- For $69, you get a boudoir-photo-shoot package (a $260 value) that includes:
- One-hour boudoir photography session
- One wardrobe change
- One 8”x10” print<p>
Sessions are in studio, though customers may pose at a chosen location within Broward County for an additional $50 fee.
Published photography authors and educators Sheila and Robert Hurth helm Tiffany Photographic Studio’s shuttersmiths, capturing group dynamics and intimate moments alike within a spacious studio. Bands of up to 10 friends, family members, or Barbra Streisand impersonators bound on set for group sessions, letting a seasoned photographer artfully position them into handsome portraits. After snapping the winning image, experts usher film into the on-site darkroom to produce a single 8”x10” image for dressing up a barren wall, bookshelf, or desk gnome.
For a romantic gift that showcases womanly prowess, boudoir portraits explore each subject’s allure and seduction within a private, one-hour session. Centerfolds disrobe to their own degree of comfort, draping themselves in swimsuits, lingerie, or suits of 15th-century armor. Afterward, the session’s best shot emblazons a tasteful 8”x10” print.
Tiffany Photographic Studio
Husband and wife team Sheila and Robert Hurth co-own Tiffany Photographic Studio, helming a full service staff of 10. Together, they distill three-dimensional beauty into contemporary images that pop before plain studio backdrops or vivid sets. With four decades of experience under their shutter fingers, the Hurths supervise charmingly posed family portraits, adorable shots of toddlers and infants amid whimsical props, and event photos snapped on location at weddings or bar mitzvahs. Their studio uses state of the art digital technology, retouching and printing photographs in-house for a quick postsession turnaround. When not standing behind the camera, the Hurths teach photo seminars in Fort Lauderdale and the Carolinas and spend their free time authoring tutorial books and videos on boudoir photography, portraiture, and how to get a close-up shot of a black hole.