Post Tagged with: "Neighborhood Photography"

Real Estate Photography – the importance of neighborhood character…

Real Estate Photography – the importance of neighborhood character…

Today’s home buyers are very thirsty for information.  Above all else, they want photos. Photos,  photos and more photos.  But they don’t just want photos of the home in question, they want more.   They want to learn about the neighborhood.  Neighborhoods can make or break a deal and if […]

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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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Photographing outdoor spaces in NYC

Photographing outdoor spaces in NYC

I was in NYC meeting a friend that had just moved back from Europe.  She was renting an apartment on the upper west side and was just in fact moving in.  The unit that she moved into actually had outdoor space.  Granted you had to go out through a low […]

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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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Reflections of Independence Day – Old Glory in Mamaroneck NY

Reflections of Independence Day – Old Glory in Mamaroneck NY

Its’ been a long time since I posted on this site. I’ve actually been very busy taking photos and the result has been less time for posting photos online.   I am going to try and play catch-up from the spring shortly, but right now its the day before Independence […]

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Lenten Contemplation…

Lenten Contemplation…

This photo was taken one stormy day in early March in early Lent.  The day was gray and the clouds were thick.  I happened to be on Route 9 in Westchester in the Briarcliff area and the Scarborough Presbyterian Church made an appearance through the clouds and the fog.  It […]

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Patriots Park in Winter –  Blue Streams and Gray Skys – Tarrytown NY

Patriots Park in Winter – Blue Streams and Gray Skys – Tarrytown NY

Recently, I’ve been using the gray shades of winter to play with black and white photography and adding a dash of color.  As spring blossoms, I will probably return more and more to true color .  This is another such experiment…For the most part, the colors used  the color reflects […]

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Before the storm – Main Street in Tarrytown NY

Before the storm – Main Street in Tarrytown NY

Hurricane Sandy probably obliterated the memory of all the other major storms of 2012. But lest we forget there were several very significant storms in 2012. My camera froze a few of them in time.  I shot this right before a significant Nor’ Easter in early September.   Had to […]

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Before the storm – the Tarrytown Music Hall

Before the storm – the Tarrytown Music Hall

Hurricane Sandy probably obliterated the memory of all the other major storms of 2012. But lest we forget there were several very significant storms in 2012. My camera froze a few of them in time. This photo was taken right before a significant Nor’ Easter in early September. © 2013 […]

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Boo!  The Haunted Music Hall – Tarrytown Music Hall After Dark…

Boo! The Haunted Music Hall – Tarrytown Music Hall After Dark…

Hurricane Sandy  pushed back my plans for finding more dark and spooky places to post for one of Westchester’s biggest holidays.  But since Halloween is being extended into the first week of November because of hurricane – I thought I would post this today. The Tarrytown Music Hall is an […]

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