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A cold night in later fall – downtown White Plains

A cold night in later fall – downtown White Plains

Managed to snap this photo just as the sun was going down.  I think I was about a half mile due south from Trump Tower at the time.    Trump is the high-rise on the far right.   The early evening was cold but the sky was particularly compelling with rich color […]

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The Upper West Side – Our “river town” to the south…

The Upper West Side – Our “river town” to the south…

Coming from Westchester and being a “Hudson River watcher” – I often find myself looking south towards the NYC skyline.  Westchester residents often look towards the easy commute as one of the biggest perks of living here.  But we often see ourselves as somewhat set apart from the city.  But […]

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Dream Home – Penthouse Edition 2014 – The Ritz Carlton of White Plains…

Dream Home – Penthouse Edition 2014 – The Ritz Carlton of White Plains…

Westchester has many fall traditions.  It is famous for them.  Like the historic Hudson Valley Jack O’Lantern blaze, and Horseman’s Hollow, Westchester Magazine has created its own unique fall tradition: the Westchester Magazine’s Dream Home.  This year we have the “Penthouse Edition” at none other than the ultimate luxury complex – […]

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Real estate photography  – twilight photography during the holidays…

Real estate photography – twilight photography during the holidays…

This is my latest installment of “Sights Of The Season” – even if it is a bit of a cheat….It was just the other day that I got a call  from a client requesting twilight photographs of a listed home.  This is the first time I’ve worked with twilight photography […]

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The view from the front porch….

The view from the front porch….

Porches can help sell homes.  This year I had several homes with impressive porches to photograph.  I see a lot of agents attempting to photograph porches and they almost always try to capture the porch from the street level as part of the money shot of the house, with perhaps […]

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Just Look Up – Sometimes architectural detail is hidden in plain sight…

Just Look Up – Sometimes architectural detail is hidden in plain sight…

When I was little, the mother of one of my classmates took a few of us on a trip to New York City.  It was kind of an informal “field trip”.  There were just three of us and we spent a great deal of time just “looking up”.  She told […]

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Let older homes be older homes…

Let older homes be older homes…

Last week I had the privilege of photographing a  charming home in lower  Dutchess County.  The home was approximately 200 years old and had a charm all its own.  The photo above is of one of the bedrooms.  I picked it for this blog because it shows the wide plank […]

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The Tribute In Light – Remembering the victims of 9/11/2001

The Tribute In Light – Remembering the victims of 9/11/2001

We all remember where we were on that fateful day when over 3000 innocent people lost their lives in the blink of an eye. Let us never forget the tragedy that was 9/11/01. But let us also LEARN from the mistakes that we have made over the past 12 years. […]

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Real Estate Photography – Photographing Condos & Coop Common Areas…

Real Estate Photography – Photographing Condos & Coop Common Areas…

When buyers look at a condo or cooperative complex, they are buying more than the unit, they are buying the lifestyle.  How the common areas are presented online and in brochures can really have an impact on overall interest.   Naturally, if your buyer craves a sleek modern look, the […]

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Photographing Real Estate – Condo/Coop Exteriors

Photographing Real Estate – Condo/Coop Exteriors

In real estate photography, the classic shot of the front of a home is traditionally referred to as the “money shot”.  When it comes to condos and cooperatives, many agents underestimate the importance of exteriors and common areas.   For this type of housing, common spaces and exteriors can be […]

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