Category Archives: Christmas

Dallas Pennsylvania Photography – Gift Certificates Are Here!
November 18th

People are always looking for imaginative gift giving ideas for Christmas, and I thought I’d help again this year and let everyone know about the SLP gift certificates!

They’ve been in high demand, and so I thought I would re-design our popular gift certificates for our new printing, and I’m pretty stoked about them.

And you will be too!

Give the gift of custom portraiture!

Give the gift of custom portraiture!

Christmas is coming. Everyone gets ties. Or Furbys. Give them something they really want this Christmas, a SLP gift certificate. By giving them a SLP gift certificate you are helping your loved ones create lasting memories they will treasure forever.

No matter what stage your family is in, newborn, toddler, children or high school senior, SLP offers a service for you. As you move from stage to stage Steve will be there getting to know your family.  With each session his goal is to continually build trust by providing you with quality artwork that truly represents your family in that moment in time.

Do you know a young couple that has recently or is about to have a baby? Has mom been hinting that she wants some family photos taken by a professional? Is your niece really a high school senior next year?  No matter the occasion, Steve Lewis Photography makes it easy to give a gift your loved ones will cherish. And you’ll look pretty good for thinking it up, too!

Call today to reserve your gift certificate 570-592-2938.


Wilkes-Barre Children’s Photography
October 2nd

Hello People of the World!

Wanted to blog a bit today to let you know I have precious few openings for Fall family shoots remaining this October. You want to get in while the getting’s good!

Book your session today, there may be cookies involved! Call me up at 570-592-2938

Scranton Children's Photography

Steve Lewis Photography is the culmination of one man’s journey of self discovery. Do you remember what you wanted to be when you grew up? Me, I wanted to be a garbage-man, an archaeologist, (damn you Indiana Jones!) an actor, and a cowboy. But as I got older I realized smelly garbage makes me gag, boulders weren’t going to chase me out of Incan temples, I was a mediocre actor in a sea of good ones, and cowboys either get shot by bad guys or trampled by cattle. Since none of those things were going to work out for me, I decided one day not too long ago that photography seemed pretty cool. And then I studied. And I practiced. And practiced. And practiced. And practiced some more.

Then once I figured out what my destiny was, I decided to open for business in January of 2012. Today I specialize in fine art wedding and portrait photography. When I’m in wedding photography mode I’m telling love stories. From the first shot of the engagement session to the final shot at the reception I’m telling the story of YOUR love for each other.

When I’m in portrait photography mode, I’m attempting to capture a slice of your life in un-staged, natural settings as the events are occurring. Portrait photography should be about capturing the relationships and the personalities of my clients as I see it. As a photographer I am a casual observer of life, documenting little snippets of people’s lives. We need to have more than good lighting and smooth skin to make a good portrait. We need to capture YOU. Or your baby. Or your family. You get the idea.

When I’m not with my clients, you will find me running around after my three awesome children, keeping myself caffeinated, and generally loving life!

I like coffee, buttercream icing, sushi, and coffee.

I dislike smelly feet, math, scales, and Ewoks.

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O Christmas Tree! – Scranton Wedding Photographer
December 22nd

It is a well known fact that I love Christmas. Always have, always will. So I thought that it would be nice to give you all a glimpse at a little bit of our Christmas celebration. I bring you details of our tree. Keep in mind that some of these ornaments, like the Mrs. Claus are older than me. So there are a lot of Christmas memories, old and new tied into our tree, as I’m sure there are in yours. Enjoy. And Merry Christmas!