The Story of Luner Imaging 🤙 📸
Originally, I launched in 2012 under the name of Dan Luner Photos hoping to provide Delaware County with professional, but affordable photographic services. In early 2018, I rebranded and became Luner Imaging with a simplified mission to “capture moments with meaning.”
👋 Hello! 👋
For those outside my immediate network, the mugshot to the right is me: Dan Luner. I guess you could say I’m the “Head Honcho” around here, but I have had a photographic eye since I was a young boy. Through this medium, I routinely find myself grinning amidst the experiences of disappointment from those who think a lasting moment is permanently gone. I grin as roughly nine times out of ten… I have secured that moment digitally, which then gives my clients the ability to relive those moments for many years to come.
Since 2004, I have usually had a gadget in my hands although I’d like to note that I’m not referencing the everyday iPhone.
Beginning with a Polaroid, then onto a compact camera, and eventually a DSLR and MacBook, technology has always been at the forefront of my life for the prioritized use of aiding or enhancing whatever each day may bring.
With all of this in mind, it is likely not a surprise when I mention that my undergraduate degree was in Communication (from Cabrini University). During this time, I fiercely established myself as a photographer on campus and subsequently initiated a trend and demand for likeminded students after graduating. Nowadays, I work full-time in digital media, which helps me use my gear and formal education daily.
Since graduating in 2016, I've spent time consulting for Lower Merion School District and am currently beginning several independent projects. After the rebrand, I have recognized with awards and accolades including two selections as the Photofocus Photographer of the Day. The first selection was also awarded the Photographer of the Week selection and I continue to seek noteworthy opportunities to further the brand.
Though everything I do isn’t “strictly business.” Every year in April, I provide time and services pro bono for the Trent Stetler Play Day, a local lacrosse festival that fundraises to increase mental health awareness in Haverford Township.
And as with most smaller entities, I regularly… alright, more than regularly garner feedback from family (specifically my mother and brother). Without the support and encouragement from these two and a few others, Luner Imaging would certainly cease to exist.
🎭 Does that sound dramatic? I was a thespian in high school! 🎭
Overall, I’ve got my foot on the gas pedal and the tank isn’t anywhere close to being empty. So, I hope you will consider Luner Imaging and if I cannot be of service… please, still connect! Even if I cannot provide the services you are seeking, the chances are more than likely that I can bridge the gap to connect you with someone who can.