Vince DiStefano Photography is now FocusPhoto

What's FocusPhoto All About?

If you need a photographer for your business or event in the Lancaster or York areas, let's talk! I've photographed everything from sports to tourism portfolios, scenic landscapes to abstract macros. I've also got a lot of experience with video projects, blending live footage, still photos, animations, voiceovers, music, and sound effects to tell compelling stories. Whether you need high-quality framed canvas art or digital images for your web site and social media presence, your options are plentiful and my pricing is fair. I'll quote your project first, including clearly-defined options where appropriate, and I'll stick to your budget - no surprises. When your project is finished, you'll get a customer log-in for previewing, approving, and downloading images.

What My Customers Say:

"The photos were absolutely awesome. I got them framed and they look so good! Thank you so much. I can't tell you how much I appreciate you coming out last minute and doing this for me!" - George Z., Lititz PA

"They are FABULOUS!!!! Thank you soooooo much!" - Monica C., Lancaster PA

"Absolutely beautiful photos! Thank you so much...you did a really great job." - Anna B., Bird-in-Hand

About Vince

I've been passionate about photography since the day my mom gave me her Canon AE1 as I was heading off to college. Hard to believe that was about 25 years ago. I've logged tens of thousands of snaps on my Nikon cameras, and I'm always interested in a new assignment, whether it's a project for a real estate firm or a cyclocross race. When I shoot for myself, I'm just as at home in the woods getting close to nature as I am capturing the character and personality of urban areas.

I love finding and meeting new customers and working with my clients on photo assignments. Few things are as gratifying as hearing "I absolutely LOVE the pictures!" from satisfied customers.

Besides photography, my other passions include road and mountain biking, running, music, movies, and writing.

Gear

Some people seem to want to know, so here it is.

Primary Camera: Nikon D800 with MB-D12 grip; Backup Camera: Nikon D300 with MB-D10 grip
Lenses: 50mm f1.8, 60mm f2.8 macro, 16-35 f4 wide, 24-120 f4 zoom, 70-200mm f28 VRII
SB600 & SB800 Speedlights
Lexar 400x Pro CF Cards
Bogen Tripods
Rode VideoMic Pro Shotgun Microphone
Dell XPS Studio Pro, Quad Core i7, 16gb RAM, SSD HDs
Adobe Lightroom 5, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Premiere CC