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Triggerfinger Photography
Area of Expertise/ Clients

Triggerfinger Photography specializes in corporate and product photography; producing high-quality, consistent imagery with a unique perspective.

We focus on the needs of our clients with attention to detail, flexibility and fast turnaround time, all while providing outstanding service and professionalism.

Clients: Lord and Taylor, Mohegan Sun Pocono, Mohegan Sun CT, Resorts Casino, NASCAR/ IndyCar for Pocono Raceway, HBC, Industrial Color Studios, Geisinger, Two’s Company, Action Lift, Dreamup Toys, FNCB, C.Allen Mullins Architect, Benco Dental, Pasta Vita and Landshark Restaurant.

Currently Servicing: PA, NY, NJ and CT, and always expanding territory


Danielle Antonello-Smolley
Photographer/ Owner

My love for photography first began to develop when I was 12. I asked my parents for a Polaroid camera that came in a faux leather case with a tripod, and I took it everywhere. My curiosity for photography only grew from there, and it began to change the way I viewed the world: The contrast light makes when it casts a shadow; hard lines of architecture against subtle backgrounds. I learned that composition comes from within.

I earned my bachelor's in Fine Art Photography from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Upon returning home from college, I put my skills to work shooting assignments for local newspapers. This is where I learned the importance of building a composition that is visually effective and also tells a story. As my work continued to progress, the assignments began to increase along with my client list. I began to develop a love for corporate and product photography. I love the challenge and collaboration of fusing my client's needs with my own vision.

My days are spent balancing photography with my other and most important love - my family. I live in a quiet neighborhood with my husband and two young children who have been my inspiration to succeed. They are my driving force when faced with long days of shooting followed by endless hours of editing. Even after working all-nighters, traveling out of town on little to no sleep and lugging around fifty to sixty pounds of equipment all day in the hot sun, I still think to myself, "Wow, I really love my job."

Photographer, entrepreneur, mother, wife and artist; this is my world.