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Friday, August 09, 2013 9:30AM
By elaine zelker
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The beautiful, talented Rachel....had a great night w/her mom and sister as well as we shot at 

Easton Area High School and Lafayette College :) Enjoy the sneak peek. 

Elaine Zelker Photography

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

for more information or bookings, email: elaine@elainezelkerphotography.com

www.elainezelkerphotography

Lehigh Valley, PA Senior Portrait Photographer

 
Thursday, May 30, 2013 1:45PM
By elaine zelker
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{Love | 13:13}

 

“Three things will last forever--faith, hope, and love--and the greatest of these is love.” ~ 1 Corninthians 13:13


 

I offer one, all inclusive, collection for the {LOVE | 13:13} session at a fixed rate of $1500.

 

Your investment includes:


 

- Elaine's time in helping you to plan and prepare your shoot as well as time and talent on the day for approximately 3-4 hours.

- a complete set of 4x6 professional prints from your session

- a complete set of high resolution, digital images on CD (with print release).


 

The {Love | 13:13} session was created to capture and rejoice couples in love.  It’s a way to treasure your love and partner at this very moment.  This session is for anyone that is dating, engaged, married, or having a special anniversary. 


 

You get to choose a few locations that are close to your heart, places you adore or have shared precious moments.  I’d love to see you in 2-3 different outfits and bring lots of accessories to complete the scene.  We will chat beforehand on a phone or at an in-person consultation as to what to bring to complete the “scene”.  We will spend some time together creating images that will bring your love to life in a whole new way. 


 

I simply love capturing couples in love…truly showcasing the intimacy and bond between two people.   The session will last anywhere between 3-4 hours.  The goal is to capture you in a natural setting, acting like no one exists but the two of you.  Once booked, we ‘plan’ your event.  Everything will be covered to make your ‘scene’ pop! From props, blankets, flowers to attire, everything will be covered to make your heart jump when you see the final results!


 

 

This session is a celebration of you and the one you love….

 

If you would like to book your session or find out more please contact me at:

elaine@elainezelkerphotography.com

 

 
Monday, April 29, 2013 2:00PM
By elaine zelker
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April 27th was a magical and beautiful day for a wedding for Shawn and Alison!!

 

Hair/Make Up: http://denisecasciole.wix.com/foibeauty

Venue:  Green Pond Country Club, Bethlehem  http://www.greenpondcc.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Wednesday, April 04, 2012 6:06AM
By Elaine Zelker
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The Contest is underway!! So far, there are 5 entries for the Senior Portrait Package Giveaway!!

The Rules:

Step 1: You must "Share" this image on your page
Step 2: Become a FAN of Elaine Zelker Photography
Step 3: Write on the comments below "WHY" you want to win!

The comment with the most likes will be the winner! So, it's up to you to get votes!!

ENDS APRIL 12!!!

 

Here are the stories submitted so far!!

 

Alexis Amato i'm going to be a senior this upcoming fall and entering my last year, i have learned a lot. I learned just how precious time and memories are. Eariler this year my mom was pretty sick and it put everything into perspective for me. Cherish every moment, as they will be gone in an instant if not captured to be remembered. Photography is one of the best ways to do that, and in essence senior pictures are more than just photos to show off to friends and family, they are ways to capture such a special time in life so you and your loved ones can always look back on it through beautiful photos.

 

Carly Egberts Entering your Senior Year at your high school is important to any senior. When you are a senior you are starting to take the next step and looking at colleges, but one will never forget their Alma Mater. Easton Area High School is my Alma Mater, and I feel as though I encompass a different kind of love for this school. 
I am different from any kind of upcoming senior at Easton Are High School. I live in Riegelsville and as of right now, the class of 2013 is the last Riegelsville class that will graduate from Easton. Why someone may ask? There are people in Riegelsville that feel as though Easton is not a great school for us, and they feel as though Palisades is. They feel the drive to Easton is too treacherous, the education is not up to standards, and that because Riegelsville is in Bucks County, students should go to a school in Bucks County, not Northampton County. These people felt as though they could walk in and change what has been in place since the 1930's. 
Some may be thinking what this has to do with why I deserve this Senior Portrait Giveaway, but there’s a reason. Being the last senior class to graduate from Riegelsville absolutely makes me sick, but by having these photos, it can help me remember my wonderful senior year. I have seen your photos and heard of your professionalism through Jenna Koose and Drea Behm, and I must say that the photos are gorgeous. Having these photos would help me remember my senior year, and show that one would love to be a senior at Easton Area High School. But growing up with my education at Easton being threatened has taught me a lot as well. First, I do not take anything for granted. I value my education at Easton and I feel as though I could not get a better education anywhere else. Second, being part of such a huge community is important and has taught me that I can make a difference. Riegelsville consists of around 800 people and being part of Easton makes me feel that I am a part of something much bigger. Third, I am a part of the band at Easton which has over 200+ people, while Palisades’ band consists of about 20 people. The band at Easton has showed me the value of tradition and how great it is to be an Easton Red Rover. Senior year is important because EVERY senior gets to take part in the Thanksgiving festivities, prom, and most importantly, graduation. It upsets me that not all Riegelsville students can take part of it. The Riegelsville/ Palisades issue has put life into perspective and being a part of Easton, has taught me to never take anything for granted, the great value of tradition, and how being a part of something can help me make a difference to the community. I am proud to be an Easton Red Rover, and remember…
Once a Rover, always a Rover.

 

Ari Gouskos I want to win because..... I'm sexy and I know it. WIGGLE WIGGLE WIGGLE WIGGLE WIGGLE YEAH.

 

Stavros Kariofillis Every girl wants her chance to be able to feel like a princess. No guy really wants to show it, but behind every guy is a part of him that wants to feel like Prince Charming, and how better to show it than through your senior pictures. I love Easton and I can truly say that I've (literally) left my blood, sweat, and tears in that school. I feel so blessed for the experience I have and I don't dread every single day--every day is a new surprise that I try to make the most of. I hit a low point freshman year when it finally hit me how far I had come and how growing up seemed inevitable. It was really hard on me, and as a solution I simply repressed and blocked the thought from my memory. Now it's inevitable, and I finally feel like it's my time to grow and make a difference. I want my chance to be Prince Charming, even for a few hours, and I can only hope you'll help me in my pursuit.

 

Amanda Bellafatto Highschool is a very unique time in a person’s life. You learn many social and intellectual things by walking the halls of the high school. However I can tell what the most important is. To me it is that I learned to be an independent and confident person. I learned that the childhood rhymes of sticks and stones are true and that no one can make you feel anything even insignificant. Highschool took a scrawny kid with a lack of confidence and a big backpack and created an independent woman ready to tackle college and do something outstanding. I want to win because I don’t have photographs showing the confidence and independence I have and I honestly don’t know what they look like. But someday I want to look back at my middle school photos and my high school photos and see the end result: independence, self-confidence and beauty.

 

Come on over and LIKE the page, then LIKE the Comment you feel deserves to win!!!!  Spread the word!!! ENDS April 12th!!