Pay R99 instead of R300 for a 45-minute studio photo shoot with Jacobs Photography Studios (save 67%)
- Save 67% on a studio photo shoot
- Groupon includes a 45-minute studio photo shoot and proof sheet
- Proof sheet is an A4 sheet with approximately 36 photos to choose from
- Professional photographer
- Costs of photos not included
- Booking essential: 043 727 0956. Subject to availability
- One Groupon per person, additional Groupons may be given as gifts
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Groupon only valid for bookings Monday to Friday, 7:00 to 18:00
Had fossils been replaced with photographs, scientists would have been able to save massive amounts of time and energy, and we’d be living in an air-dome between Mars and Saturn. Take advantage of today’s Groupon, make your mark and show some appreciation for the photograph with a 45-minute studio photo shoot from Jacobs Photography Studios for R99.
Cryogenically freezing your children may get them to stand still, but the process is still frowned upon by the greater human population. However, with the professional Jacobs Photography Studios masters, shooting subjects (including difficult little people) comes as natural as the sun giving the moon the boot after at least twelve hours. Set in a studio full of creative possibilities, the Jacobs Photography Studios set is a space that accommodates photo shoots ranging from simple family shoots, to sessions for mimes attempting to break into the fashion industry.
Whether a family shoot, a session with friends or a set of prints for that time capsule you’re planning on burying, the Jacobs professional photographers are equipped for any situation and will send you off with awe-inspiring images. After 45 minutes of flaunting in front of a trigger-happy professional photographer, you’re guaranteed an ocean of smile-on-dial results and a proof sheet with around 36 photos, from which you may take your pick. Though, with experts as capable as the Jacobs photographers, any photos you choose will be even better than the last.
Photo Fact: In 1975 Jurgen Ketelspitzer became the first man to be recorded in action on film. His shot was taken as he completed the final event in a pole vaulting championship.