Bad photos are awful – they will forever haunt you and pop up just as you meet a potential suitor or as you reach fame with your number one smash hit song about love or heartache or the sleeping patterns of ginger cats. Take a stand against dodgy photos with today’s Groupon: a one hour studio family photo shoot or a maternity photo shoot at Suga Photography for R199.
At Suga Photography, situated in central Pretoria with access from the N1, they strive to give you picture perfect print souvenirs. These professionally trained photographers will produce flawless shots of you and up to three family members or you in your maternity phase. The relaxed atmosphere of Suga Photography’s studios will make you feel at ease and will guarantee shots capturing your clan or you with your baby-to-be in the perfect light. With today’s Groupon your photo-shoot will also include five smaller prints, one A4 and one large A5 which you can display on the family room wall to replace last year’s fiasco of blurry divine apparition-looking people.
Studio photo shoots are much easier than attempting them at home where you are more likely to end up with photos that have more fingers in them than people. Finding the square root of 62357 on an abacus while a Triceratops dances to Samba music would probably be a simpler task. With you trying to shoo the cat out of the way while your toddler screams and your eldest can’t figure out what to wear, it may push you to the end of your tether. The professionals at Suga Photography will save you the headache with their Jedi-mind tricks, making any toddler as happy as a baby panda on a rocking horse. If you are expecting a bundle of joy you will surely want to capture the stages of your pregnancy with the experts at Suga Photography.
Photography fact: During the Renaissance, a famous photographer went missing from his studio in Italy. All that was left behind was the bright blue scarf he used to wear. The photographer was found two weeks later holidaying on the French Riviera casually sipping on an ice-tea, blissfully unaware of the fuss he had caused.