Movie-Themed Professional Photoshoot for £18 with The TV Training Academy (93% Off)

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In a Nutshell

  • Four studio or green screen movie-style backdrop changes
  • 90-minute professional shoot
  • Professional make-up artist available for supplement
  • Refreshments provided
  • At central Birmingham's Custard Factory

The Fine Print

Validity: Expires 19 May 2014.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 5 additional as a gift.
Booking: Required by email to emma@training4tv.com. 48-hour cancellation policy. Present printed Groupon on arrival. £20 refundable deposit required on booking.
Restrictions: Valid at Gibb street B9 4AA only. Valid Mon-Sun 9am-5pm. New customers only. Must be aged 16 or older. Includes three 5" x 7'' prints of the same image plus £50 voucher to spend on additional prints and packages. Max. 4 background changes.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 19 November 2013.

The Deal

Adding a touch of gloss to resumes or modelling portfolios, a professional shoot at the creative hub of the Custard Factory will use software and soft lighting to make clients look their best. Against a range of movie set or green screen backdrops, guests will pout and pose their way through an hour and a half's session. If required, a professional make-up artist can make faces sparkle for a small supplement. After the shoot, the photographer will touch up the best picture using computer software, until it is ready to be mounted on three 5" x 7" prints. Guests will then be free to spend their £50 voucher on additional prints and frames at the online store.

The Merchant

The TV Training Academy offers one-to-one and group training for the next small-screen hosts, held at various iconic studios across the UK. Experienced TV presenters and directors at the academy hold courses ranging from one to five days long, as well as a Saturday five-week course to accommodate those too busy during the week. The company also create HD showreels, ensuring aspiring presenters can have a professional example of their performances.