Ever wish you had hired a professional photographer for that special occasion? Not that the snap-happy amateur ruined the shots or anything, but it’s understandable that you would have preferred not to have blurry shots of everyone’s shoes, close-ups of the birthday girl’s left nostril and a montage of Uncle Joe’s emotional rendition of “Lady Marmalade”. Leave it to the professionals with two hours of professional photography, including 100 pictures on a disc, two A4 prints and two A5 prints for R450 at A. Gorman Photography.
Andrew Gorman is a Cape Town based photographer who has worked extensively in the UK, photographing everyone from celebrities to the British Royal family. With vast experience in wedding, portrait, PR and event photography, Andrew has been called everything from Sultan of Shutters to Master of Megapixel Manipulation. Having taken pictures for over 500 weddings and as the official photographer for one of the UK’s largest agricultural shows; you can trust Andrew Gorman to add professionalism, pizazz and perfection to your photo shoot.
With today’s Groupon you have two hours of photography to do with what you wish. Whether your business is having a PR event, updating their web site photography or needing staff or products photographed, Andrew’s professional style will give a special feel to each frame. If you’re holding a special event like a family reunion, child’s birthday party or a twenty-first birthday; A. Gorman Photography has the right amount of experience and savvy snapper-skills to capture a relatively ordinary event and make it extraordinary.
Whether you’re a maternal mom wanting to capture her little bundle of joy’s better moments or a lively student who wants to remember their twenty-first, immortalise special memories or capture crazy antics and meaningful moments with Andrew Gorman and his styling snaps.
Snappy-happy fact: In the 19th
century, a traveller called Barton claimed that he had taken a photograph of
Santa Clause’s workshop. It was never
proven as he was knocked unconscious soon after and woke up in the snow without
his camera or his wallet. Claiming that the elves robbed him and knocked him
out with a dictionary, Barton became the laughing stock of his village and the
existence of Santa Claus remained a children’s fable.