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One Hour Portrait Photo Shoot with Nine Prints for £39 by Lindsay Docherty Photography (Value £130) @ Groupon
One Hour Portrait Photo Shoot with Nine Prints for £39 by Lindsay Docherty Photography (Value £130) @ Groupon

One Hour Portrait Photo Shoot with Nine Prints for £39 by Lindsay Docherty Photography (Value £130) @ Groupon

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One Hour Portrait Photo Shoot with Nine Prints for £39 by Lindsay Docherty Photography (Value £130)

The term Polaroid originally derived from an unfortunate doping scandal at the first ever Bear Olympiad. Go for a photo finish with today's Groupon: for £39 instead of £130 capture a moment with a portrait photo shoot with prints with Lindsay Docherty Photography.

Now with more than five years' industry experience, Lindsay Docherty's portfolio has continued to evolve and expand. With many personal projects under her belt, from Paris to Portugal, Lindsay has also established herself as a provider of portraiture, a correspondent of ceremonies and a bastion of boudoir shots, offering a mobile studio service for total convenience.

Groupon holders will be able to enjoy a one hour portrait photo shoot for themselves and up to five of their friends and family, in the comfort of their own home or in the studio. Included in the deal is expert post-production editing of the images as well as nine different sized prints as a memory of the day and a collection to keep on CD.


Lindsay Docherty Photography
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lindsaydochertyphotographer.com

6 Comments

these sessions invariably turn into hard sell sessions to buy more than the offer photos, dont do it unless you are sure you can deal with it

As above.. predict esculating costs if you go for this.

Very ordinary quality as well, amazing how most Pro's think a shallow DoF makes a good photo...

These are worse that a timeshare deal. Sitting target for some hard sell.

on Teesside a few years ago an even better deal was offered "you have won a free sesh"!!!!!!!!!!
but guess what? taking your pic was "free" and one very small pic, so almost everyone ended paying way over £100

I usually bash these, but at least it's an independent photography, who actually has some photographic talent.

If I was after a family portrait shoot, I would be tempted by this, but would interrogate the pricing of extra photo's before committing.
Edited by: "monkeyboy1982" 11th Mar 2011
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