Digital photography has revolutionized the film industry, which originally resisted shrinking its lab technicians to fit behind the screens of digital cameras. Enlarge yourself with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
$49 for a family or portrait photo-shoot package (a $400 total value)
- Shoot for up to five people anywhere in Manhattan
- 20 edited and retouched images <p>
$69 for a two-hour event photo-shoot package (a $499 total value)
- Two-hour event shoot for groups of any size anywhere in Manhattan
- 40 edited and retouched images
- This deal option is valid for a bar or bat mitzvah, bris, engagement party, birthday party, or bridal shower<p>
$99 for a two-hour wedding photography package (a $900 total value)
- Two hours of wedding photography
- 40 edited and retouched images<p>
Photographer Liron Amsellem snaps up to 500 pictures during the photo shoot, later using editing software to retouch the best images. On the day of the shoot, Verona’s Photography will grant Groupon customers a 50% discount on prints or DVD purchases. Photo shoots can be scheduled anytime from 8 a.m.—5 p.m. Sunday–Friday, and on Saturdays by appointment only.<p>
Liron Amsellem, photographer and former VP of the PVA NY Professional Photography Association, wears many creative hats—this artistic powerhouse is also an interior designer, jeweler, and stylist. She walked away from a promising architecture career in Dallas and into New York’s bustling streets, where she continues to embrace the freedom that her photography career affords her.
At Verona’s Photography, the shutterbug-in-chief captures photojournalistic, candid, and posed shots of families, models, and actors, aiming her lens at every stolen moment and flashing smile she can find. She illustrates the grace and movement of dance as easily as she preserves the memory of happy couples, food and products, and high fashion. When she isn’t coordinating on-site engagement and baby shoots, Amsellem can be found at weddings and events across the city, documenting festivities and attempts to rig corporate bingo games on camera.