Go Digital Or Go Home? – Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Wedding Photographer
March 26th

The Digital Age.

Everything is digital.

Television shows and movies.

Your favorite recording artists are a click away.

You can download your favorite magazines and newspapers online.

Books are available to download to your favorite device with the click of a mouse.

Isn’t professional photography as well? We have already done away with film. Some people shoot film, but they are the exception.

I have been silently struggling with the photography industry going digital.

Since the art form began the industry was a product based business.

You know, “I’ll take 2 8×10’s 6 5×7’s and 16 wallets.”

Well, the industry is moving away from that.

Today people take photos, put them on their computers and share them on Facebook and other social media sites. They may purchase a 5×7 for the grandparents, or a large wall portrait for their homes, but they aren’t doing as much of that as in years past.

One ¬†trend I’ve noticed is that most of my brides tell me that they want the digital files to keep.

So what do you do? Do you want prints and albums? Or are you looking for a digital solution? Or both?

Keep your eyes peeled, there are changes coming to Steve Lewis Photography fairly soon.

Baby Model Search! – Scranton Baby Photographer
February 28th

 

 

Portrait Artist Steve Lewis is looking for infants newborn to one year to serve as models for several upcoming displays.

Parents receive a complimentary 30-60 minute portrait session and a $25 credit to use towards the purchase of anything on my price list. However, no purchase is required.

For more information please call the studio at 570/592/2938.

Giveaway Time! – Scranton Wedding Photographer
February 7th

Time for a sweet contest! I have a Facebook fan page in need of some love. So right now, head on over there and “like” my page. Then tell all of your Facebook friends about it! Simple as that!¬† After they like my page all they have to do is leave a comment saying “Hi! New here referred by _______”. After I reach 200 likes, the person with the most referrals wins a free photo session with yours truly! And so does my 200th fan! What could be cooler? You can take advantage of the free 1 hour session (a $99 value!) for almost anything, an engagement session, senior photos, head shots, family photos – it’s up to you! That’s a$198 total giveaway!

So get to telling all of your friends about my Steve Lewis Photography Facebook Fan Page Giveaway! You could win!

*The small print. The free photo session must be used prior to December 31, 2012. The free photo session does not include any images, either prints or digital negatives; these must be purchased separately. The free session may not be used for event coverage, ie weddings, family reunions, etc. It is a 1 hour session with a retail value of $99.

And as we all know blog posts are almost always cooler with a photo, here’s one I took on a recent trip to Gettysburg with my iphone! Enjoy!

 

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Pinterest Nation – Scranton Wedding Photographer
February 2nd

Pinterest is taking the world by storm.

Have you ever been browsing the interwebs and found something that you love and do not want to forget about? Now there is a super simple way to keep all of the awesome things you find and share them with everyone.

It’s called Pinterest.

It’s like an online bulletin board where you “pin” things just like you would if you were cutting pages out of a magazine. You can even install the “Pin It” button on your browser’s toolbar and “pin”any thing you find online. You can follow your friends, “pin” things from their boards, and share them with the world.

Pretty awesome.

You can go to www.pinterest.com, sign up for an account and ask to be invited, or you can ask someone you know that is already pinning to invite you. Shoot me an email and I’ll hook ya up!

Visit my boards here, and don’t be shy, follow me!

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Mike + Tara Scranton Wedding Photography
January 31st

I had the opportunity to help Kelly Formus Photography shoot a wedding he was covering here locally over the summer months. I had not met the bride and groom before the big day, but after some small talk everything was awesome and we had a great time working together! So here’s a few images I captured that day. If you are a bride to be, be sure to fill out my contact form above and experience what it’s like to be a Steve Lewis Bride!

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