Quality family photographs can be passed down for generations to prove that your mother was once young and that great uncle Jobe was not a yeti after all, he was just hairy and grouchy a lot. Make sure you can look back fondly at images of your loved ones one day with a family photo shoot for 3 to 15 people at Gordon Harris Photographic for R250.
Gordon Harris Photographic began in 1993 and has grown from strength to strength to be the camera connoisseurs they are today. They specialise in everything from family portraits, matric dances, graduation ceremonies and maternity to new-born baby photos. The professional photographers at Gordon Harris Photographic will take the fun and emotions seen between your loved ones and turn it into beautiful and contemporary pictures. With highly qualified full time staff and experienced freelance staff, the experts at Gordon Harris Photographic go out of their way to ensure the highest standards of photography are maintained at all times. With this Groupon you and 3 to 15 members of your family, or close friends can say “cheese”, “Albuquerque” or “Call me Bartholomew please” and forever capture that moment in time with a simple click.
Trying to take the perfect family picture can be as difficult as trying to lure a llama into a wooden box with cheese and Lego blocks or learning to play the intro to “Funky town” on an oboe with one hand behind your back. Most of the time, taking photos yourself will have you ending up with blurry apparitions or an interesting shot of your finger family with their finger heads. The photos from your photo shoot at Gordon Harris Photographic will be perfect, making you clear your mantelpiece to put them all on display.
This Groupon also includes a viewing CD with manipulated images, 1 x A4 enlargement and a few of your images being turned into 10 x Jumbo size personalised Christmas cards to send off in the jolly festive season.
Photo fact: A photographer in Miami believed he had stumbled across the photographic opportunity of a life time when he was swallowed by a Velociraptor and managed to take a photograph of several tomatoes while inside the raptors stomach. The raptor did not like the way the photographer tasted and spat him out. The photographer sent the pictures off to his Newspaper Editor immediately who made it a front page exclusive the next morning.