A picture says a thousand words; however a bad picture punches you in the face with a big wad of embarrassment, and then nonchalantly walks away. Avoid the vengeance of a bad photograph with today’s Groupon: a professional photo shoot and prints with Holst Media for R199.
Holst media is a design, printing and photography company which specialises in bringing you professionalism, great design and excellent service. Owner of Holst Media, Marcel is a qualified photographer with extensive experience in both photography and Graphic design. Assisted by qualified photographer and graphic designer, Brad, you know for sure that you'll be captured perfectly during your professional photo shoot. Holst Media has been involved with photography for more than eight years and has dealt with large corporates, as well as national and international organisations, weddings, studio portraits and sporting events.
Today’s Groupon of a 20-minute professional photo shoot will have the experts at Holst Media taking the perfect snaps of you. You will be so proud of the results that you’ll display the photographs on your coffee table, office cubicle wall or your neighbour’s bathroom mirror. After you have experienced the photographic magic of today’s Groupon, you will also receive a watermarked disc with approximately 45 photos on it, 10 Jumbo prints of your choice and 1 x A4 enlargement.
The professionals at Holst Media will save you the headache of trying to capture yourself on camera, which often results in photos that have more limbs and fingers in them than images of your face. Bad photographs are really nasty, often popping up years later on social network sites or family photo albums, leaving you to go into hiding with a fake moustache, a sombrero and going under the alias Juan “chillipopper playa” Gonzalez III.
Photo fact: It was Sir Bartholomew Nugget who took the famous photograph of a mouse in a locket in 1950. The mouse, who was merely minding his own business, was snapped by Bartholomew while combing its hair in the reflection of the necklace locket, finally proving that mice do actually care about their appearance.