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Real Estate Photography – slide shows & video – less is more…

Real Estate Photography – slide shows & video – less is more…

I’m sure that every agent worth their license has been hearing that good photography helps to sell a home.  This, I know to be true as someone who was a real estate agent before morphing into a photographer.   Buyers pour over photographs and will reject a perfectly suited home […]

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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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Making A Grand Entrance – Part 2

Making A Grand Entrance – Part 2

One of the best ways to photograph an entry way is portrait style through the front door. Of course this will only work if the entry is in the proper configuration to stand out from in its best light from the entry. But it is generally one of the first […]

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Making A Grand Entrance – Part 1

Making A Grand Entrance – Part 1

Some homes have amazing entry areas while others have spectacular architectural features in spite of a rather uninspiring entry. This is a case of “when you’ve got it, flaunt it!” An impressive entry should always be photographed with care. As a general rule, I take a large formal entry from […]

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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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The Upper West Side – The classic NYC “Water Tower”

The Upper West Side – The classic NYC “Water Tower”

Sometimes when trying to show off the character of a neighborhood, I pick an unusual focal point that is a bit “outside the box”.  I took this photo at dusk about  a week ago and the reason I like it so much is that it really is soooooo NYC.  It […]

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Twilight Photography – Another way to make the home you are selling “pop”!

Twilight Photography – Another way to make the home you are selling “pop”!

Previously I have written about the impact of great  photography on the sale of your home.  These days the Hudson-Gateway MLS allows up to 30 photographs and with social media and ancillary web sites everywhere, buyers  are drinking in photos by the thousands and are still hungry for even more. […]

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Views from the Village – Scarsdale NY

Views from the Village – Scarsdale NY

  The Harwood Building: Every village has its landmark.  For Scarsdale it’s the Harwood Building located in the center of the village. On that sunny early summer day, the village was buzzing with shoppers.  My camera captured on shopper busily working her way through all the marvelous boutique shops the […]

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Village Home – Larchmont NY

Village Home – Larchmont NY

The one thing about living in an area where there is a lot of “mature” construction is that the homes in most neighborhoods contain  such a variety of style character.  Westchester is hardly “McMansion Central”.  Don’t get me wrong, we have our share of McMansions, but they do not dominate […]

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