Today’s Groupon will bring focus and overall good lookingness to your stills. For $49, you'll get a personal two-hour photography session, in-studio or on-location, and 30-photo CD from Tony Medina Photography, normally $250. The photos you take home from your shoot will be perfect for holiday cards or last minute holiday gifts.
Visit Tony’s studio on Martin Avenue in Santa Clara for a professional shoot or find your own ideal location within the greater San Jose area. Tony will capture the images and give you a disc of the 30 best shots, retouched and ready for your personal use. Once you've got the high-quality images on-hand, print out as many as you'd like and pass them out around the neighborhood for your mayoral run.
If amnesia has prevented you from remembering friends, loved ones, children, or pets, Tony Medina will deliver the gift of memory. His professional experience capturing professional athletes, models, travel locations, and much more have made him a skilled snapper with the patience and willingness to make sure you get the images you desire. Last-minute family gatherings, holiday celebrations, graduations, and birthdays no longer have to slip into the fragile fabric of the past, distorted and misremembered like so many old wives tales and pancake eating contests of yore. Fill up your mantle with family shots or stock up on fantastic looking headshots to take on your audition for Avatar 2.
A crowd of satisfied testimonials are posted on Tony’s site:
- Being photographed by Tony was a terrific experience. Not only was he fun to work with, but he was so excited to work with my family and I. – Monica Valadez
- He is awesome to work with and knows how to make you feel comfortable in front of the camera. Tony is very knowledgeable of lighting, posture and poses. – Malaika Bobino
Why It's Illegal To Photograph The Moon
Photography was invented in 1908 for the purpose of shaming racehorses into running faster. Embarrassed at the implied speed of their still portraits, horse speeds doubled within a year. The new technology quickly gained popularity with a myriad of other velocity-related applications, including the use of photography to shame children into growing faster. By 1950, the average height in the United States was 11 feet.
As a race of giants, Americans quickly outgrew the planet Earth and entered the moon race against the shorter Soviets. Unfortunately, once both countries had established their moon bases, the moon's negligible gravitational pull gave the smaller, lighter cosmonauts an advantage, and the Americans were badly defeated in the First Moon War. For this reason, it is now illegal to talk about, think of, or photograph the moon.
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