It’s a well-established fact that a synonym for father is ATM and that families are like banks; they’ll always be around, they’re a useful source of finance during hard times and they can always be counted on to provide good advice when you’re making a difficult career decision. Make sure you’ve got some visual treasure to deposit and pay R189 for a couples or family photo shoot with Blu Jam Photography.
With Christmas just around the figurative corner, there comes the need to find a decent family photo to send out as a card; which can be sort of difficult when the only family photos include monstrously-sized pinky-fingers or everyone caught slack-jawed and mid-yawn. Couples also need to find a photo of themselves that wasn’t taken with the not-at-all-trusty hold the camera at arm’s length method – smooshed faces don’t look good on anyone. The professional photographers of Blu Jam Photography won’t give you photographs of you and the fam with eyes half closed or slack-jawed like you were about to say something deep and got confused. They know just how to capture that perfect toothy smile, or the mysterious off-camera glance into the distance that makes you look so enigmatic. They can even help you to recreate those aaawww family moments you see on sitcoms.
Once you’re done playing shenanigans in the trendy studio, you can look forward to a CD of twenty high-quality edited photos to do whatever you want with, perfect for when you need something to put on the family website or social-networking page. An A4 print provides the tangible evidence of your family’s photogenic nature, and if you’re looking for more printed shots for the family album or under the fridge magnets, today’s Groupon also includes a 30% discount on additional prints. If you’re looking for something that really pops, you’ll also receive discounts on personalised calendars or block-mounted canvas. Whether it’s just you and the snoochypoo or your family of six, one hour with some professional snap-shotters in a chic and stylish studio is guaranteed to provide a plethora of perfect snaps.
Photo Fact: A photograph taken by famous photographer Heinrich Von Ulfenstein recently sold for over 5 million pounds. The photograph, a sepia print of a plate of deep-fried calamari standing on an overturned trolley in a small cave under the Brooklyn Bridge, is said to be one of the most meaningful commentaries on the state of supermarkets in existence.