We can provide you with almost any photographic service you may need including:
If you need something that isn't listed, please contact us and we can probably help or point you in the right direction.
Sure we offer standard portrait prints, but if you're looking for something different to stand out we've got you covered. Some of our speciality items include:
Tell your story with a beautiful album or layflat book. Albums are available in 10x10, 8x8, and 5x5 sizes with thick pages and hand crafted Italian leather, acrylic, or image printed on canvas covers. The layflat book is an 8x8 hardcover with the option of an additional 4x4 keepsake copy.
Canvas & Float Wraps
Canvas and Float Wraps make a beautiful and modern addition to your wall. No frame is needed and having multiple creates a wonderful cluster display.
Your image is infused in to the metal surface creating rich vibrant colors that can only be appreciated first hand.
Show your year off in great style with a 5x30, 6 image Skinny available as a framed portrait or wrapped canvas to add warmth.
Displaying 12 images in a double-sided, compact design, the Accordian Book is perfect for any desktop.
Each collage is custom designed and tells your senior story in a truly unique and artistic fashion.
Other items we offer include double 10 folios, foil stamped and artistry cards, holiday cards, graduation announcements, blankets, and vinyl banners. Please contact us if you're looking for an item that isn't listed.
Session fees are prepaid to reserve your date & time. There is a $25 non-refundable rescheduling fee for no shows and cancellations without ample notice.
Flexer Photography has been serving the Schuylkill, Luzerne, and Carbon county area since 1981. Initially a wedding photographer, Neal Flexer Jr. began photographing high school seniors in 1984 and eventually built a studio in 1988. The studio, located between Marian High School and Air Products, was expanded in 1993 and again in 2003 along with the construction of outdoor shooting areas. Neal passed on his knowledge to his son Jordon who would take over photographing when Neal lost his battle with cancer in 2006.