The process of snapping the perfect photograph is more complex than it seems. Finding the square root of 62357 on an abacus while a Tyrannosaurus Rex dances to calypso music next to you could probably be a simpler task. Most of the time you end up with photos that have more fingers than people in them, so save yourself the hassle and get a one-hour studio photo session for up to five family members plus five Jumbo prints and one A5 enlargement at Storm Photographic studio for R199.
The professionally trained photographers at Storm Photographic studio will produce perfect shots of you and up to five family members. This will instantaneously alleviate the stress you would usually go through trying to get everyone to fit in the shot, firmly scolding the youngest child who keeps hitting the older one and asking your daughter to stop faffing around with her hair. Storm Photographic studio also has a variety of backgrounds and props to make your family portrait fun and unique.
The relaxed atmosphere of Storm Photographic studio will make you and your family feel at ease and will guarantee shots capturing the happiness and love amongst you (cue soppy music). Before you head off to the studio don’t forget to pack in two outfits for the shoot. You and your loved ones will have to have your makeup and styling done prior to your arrival. Take advantage and channel your inner makeup artist by doing everyone’s makeup and hair at home with some calypso music in the background, minus the dancing tyrannosaurus, obviously.
By grabbing today’s Groupon you are taking a stand against awful photos, no longer will you have to put up with photos that look like divine, and very blurry, apparitions. Your photo-shoot with Storm Photographic studio also includes five Jumbo prints and one A5 enlargement. You will finally be able to get rid of last year’s family photo, that was taken just as the cat ran the tripod over while running after a shadow on the wall, and replace it with the perfect shots you will receive from Storm Photographic studio.
Photo fact: A girl in Moscow who was obsessed with corn made her own brand in papier-mâché bowls calling them “Ke’s corn cakes”. She took photos of every corn cake she made and eventually displayed them in her sitting room next to a four-leaf clover she found under the nail of a garden gnome.