Pay R299 for a one-hour studio photo shoot with Wesson Photography, valued at R1100 (save 73%)
- Save 73% on a one-hour photo shoot
- Up to five people per shoot
- Includes 35 low resolution pictures on CD, one A4 print and two A5 prints
- Choose a white or black background for your shoot
- Additional 10% discount on one wrap-around block-mounted canvas print
- Valid for 6 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 082 456 3822 or email@example.com
- One Groupon per person, additional as gifts
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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Memories are best caught with cameras or with lassos made from Dumbledore’s beard. Forego hunts for rare beard-hairs and keep memories firmly in check with today’s Groupon: a one-hour studio photo shoot for up to five people with Wesson Photography for R299.
Equipped with photographers who turn cameras into memory-making machines, Wesson Photography’s studios are able to take on a variety of studio shoots. With heaps of experience under their collective belts, the professionals will pose as resident Gandalfs and guide eager pouters to fantastic photos. Groupons entitle users to a photo shoot with up to five people on a black or white studio background. Groups, teams or family members will be granted one hour of studio time and bucket loads of great photos.
Whether for Christmas-themed photos to hang in your hallway or for a family bonding session, the experienced and easy-going photographer will make sure you receive the best of the best. Alternatively, the shoot can be used for gifts, pregnancy shoots, friends, birthdays, anniversaries or a host of other themes. Each Groupon also entitles clients to 35 low resolution pictures on a CD, an A4 print and two A5 prints. Goupon-grippers also receive a 10% discount on one wrap-around block-mounted canvas print.Camera Fact: In the vegetable section of a supermarket, Marta Johannes became the first person who was caught showering herself in white chocolate sprinkles on camera. In later years it was discovered that this behaviour was directly linked to a rare illness brought on by aliens.