A picture generally speaks a thousand words. They could tell of that time when your puppy had his first birthday, or the time when you had a little too much to drink, tumbled down the stairs and then found out that what you actually drank was a mixture of ginger beer and orange juice. Of course, this translates to blackmail in your best friend’s book. Turn the tables or just recollect your memories with today’s deal: 85 photos printed from media and a free CD for R149 at Foto First.
If you don’t really fancy yourself an extortionist, but rather more something of a contortionist, why not use the Groupon to make hard copy prints of that time you went to Russia to live your dream of becoming a world famous flexible bendy-straw. Foto First and its lovely helpers will ensure that you get all your photos perfectly printed, and may even let you tell them your adventurous tales. The 85 prints are more than enough to include every bit of that trip, even the part when the lovely Russian ringmaster tried to fold you into a pretzel.
However, if you live a pretty simple life and just want to keep your precious memories safe and neatly tucked away in a pretty little box, the Foto First photo specialists will be more than happy to assist. Using high quality products like the Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper, they guarantee that the lifespan of your photos will be twice as long as they would with any other photographic paper. As if this is not enough, you’ll also receive a further 10% off your next purchase (excluding hardware) at the Rosebank Foto First store. Memories fade, so it’s up to you to make sure you keep back-ups of that time when your ouma got up on the table and started tangoing to ABBA’s “Fernando” with the plumber, Jacques. Just make sure that you get the CD for yourself and hard copies for her in case the two of them decide to move in together. She’ll be only too grateful.
Photo Fact: In Cuba, before a fish can be taken out of the sea, whoever has caught it is required by law to take a photo of it and post it to the local government. This prevents other people from stealing fish that you have caught.