Photographers must be patient in order to catch the exact moment when the sun crests the horizon or a child learns empathy. Stop time with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one Petite Mini-Session photo shoot ($150 value)
Groups of up to four gather for a 15-minute shoot. These sessions won’t outlast the attention span of young children, and they yield five professionally edited digital images, in both black-and-white and color. You can upgrade from the Petite Mini-Session to the Classic Mini-Session for $99, which gets you an extra 15 minutes and another five digital images.
- $199 for a The First Year photo package ($900 value)
This package documents all the momentous occasions in a child’s first year in seven separate photo sessions. Photographers will arrange a time with soon-to-be-mothers for a fine-art maternity shoot, then drop by the hospital on the day of birth for a newborn welcome session. The photographer returns throughout the year, stopping by when the child turns 3 months, 6 months, and 1 year old for quick portrait sessions. Yellow Chair Photography will also arrange a time for a full-family shoot during the year to capture candid shots. Customers are encouraged to call immediately after purchase, as availability is limited. Proofs, prints, and other products are sold separately.
Yellow Chair Photography
Sarah Adams fell in love with photography when she got her first camera at 6 years old. When she was still a wee one, she caught the Kool-Aid Man on film, a shot that she treasured for years. Much later, on a family vacation to Florida, she found a beat-up yellow chair on a hotel balcony that captured her imagination. Hundreds of shots later, she had found the perfect image, as well as the name for her future business—Yellow Chair Photography.
Today, Sarah turns her lens toward engagements, weddings, and families at play. She documents the major events in people’s lives in artistic detail, hoping to capture more candid, real-life moments, from a genuine laugh to the exact moment you remember where you left your keys.