Sylvia Sepulveda became enamored with vintage pin-up photography because of the props. A frequent thrift-store shopper, she had planned to start a blog about her purchases but found that taking and editing their pictures was more satisfying than writing the posts. She turned her lens onto human subjects shortly thereafter and now generates inventive and sensual snapshots at Indie Girl Photography. Sylvia doesn't shy away from whimsical impulses both during and after her shoots. Based on the dialogue between her and the client, she suggests poses that can result in simple, flirtatious portraits or playful, old-timey advertisements. Her retouching finesse then works two types of magic, serving to add backdrops—ranging from a retro kitchen scene to a patriotic battleground—as well as remove sources of insecurity, including blemishes, stretch marks, and mismatched shoes. She deftly adjusts lighting and angles to flatter clients of all body types, and she pairs outfits that clients bring from home with her own stock of accessories, such as a vintage aviator hat or a video camera.
Apart from her boudoir-style shots, she experiments with fantasy and alternative styles. Her galleries display models cast as robots, angels, and superheroes, among other supernatural roles.
At Cell Phones and More, clients browse phones and accessories from carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Boost, Cricket, and Virgin Mobile. Onsite technicians can reignite the healthy glow of a damaged smartphone screen or rekindle connections between computers and the Internet. Staffers can unlock phones, allowing devices to switch carriers without losing functionality or running away from home in search of their old signals. The shop also buys gently used cell phones and dishes out servings of prepaid minutes.
At Maelynn Photography, an experienced photographer frames artful engagement photos, snaps candid shots at wedding receptions, and composes memorable family portraits. A collection of online galleries includes youth photography, photos of couples, and event coverage.
In the late 1930s, Andy Dellecave founded Mercury Sporting Goods, a neighborhood shop specializing in men’s tailored clothing and sportswear. After a couple decades helping gentlemen find the perfect fit for their blazers, trousers, or space suits, Andy noticed a new calling: helping them keep their new duds clean. In 1955, he moved Mercury to the freshly erected Keyser Oak Shopping Center and renamed it Mercury One-Hour Cleaners, complementing his tailoring services with full-service dry cleaning. Now a Scranton institution as well, Mercury has since opened a second location. It’s also been passed down to Andy’s sons, John and Jim, who continue a legacy that today includes same-day dry cleaning, leather and suede cleaning, and expert tailoring and alterations.
Urdaneta Photography's team of photographers and their trusty cameras work together, capturing professional images that reflect subjects’ inner personality and outer beauty. Urdaneta Photography's portfolio of posed and candid shots showcases a unique blend of technical expertise and artistic vision, encompassing full-color portraits, vivid head shots, and black-and-white images.
Helmed by experienced shutterbug Ryan Kudsik, Event Horizon Fotografie specializes in creating artful portraits for special occasions and familial milestones. Feel free to strike poses with an unlimited group of people or pets in the photography shoot, which will be performed at the picturesque location of your choosing (within 15 miles of the 17111 zip code). After the session, former subjects can memorialize their favorite smiles and person pyramids with one 11" x 14" photograph. Each frameable is printed on metallic paper for an added pop, setting the stage for mantle modeling or plastering over the poster of a recently found dog (clients may purchase more).