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Agent Branding – Yet another reason to hire a professional photographer…

Agent Branding – Yet another reason to hire a professional photographer…

Scott Hargis, a major name in the world of real estate photography, wrote a post with the rather provocative title:  “The purpose of real estate photos is not to sell property“.  It was a tad misleading, because Scott doesn’t deny at all the ability of a professional photographic  presentation to  […]

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Bufflehead making waves – The Rockefeller Preserve

Bufflehead making waves – The Rockefeller Preserve

I’ve been struggling with a bout of bronchitis over the past few days.  The enforced “rest” has been frustrating…although productive in its own strange way.  I took the time to learn some new techniques on photoshop… Admittedly, I was working somewhat “passively” since I was really pretty miserable.   But […]

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Time-Lapse Photography – A great way to brand yourself, your business or your neighborhood…

Time-Lapse Photography – A great way to brand yourself, your business or your neighborhood…

The above is my first real attempt at time-lapse photography.  Obviously not my best work and it barely scratches the surface of what can actually be done, but now that I know the basics, more artistic renderings will follow. Technically, the process involved mounting the camera on a tripod so […]

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A stitch in time – A wide-angle lens workaround for real estate photography…

A stitch in time – A wide-angle lens workaround for real estate photography…

The above is an example of a stitched photo.  It was the result of blending three separate shots.  I took it when construction on the new Tappan Zee Bridge was just starting and was trying to get one last photo of the original bridge before the work crews moved in. […]

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Summer will come again…Riverfront Green Park – Peekskill NY

Summer will come again…Riverfront Green Park – Peekskill NY

Another day, another trip into the polar vortex.  At least we avoided the snow this time.  How cold is it?  Even my Siberian Huskies are not wanting to stay outside very long and this is supposed to be their kind of weather!  Jade and Tundra ran outside tonight, but they […]

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Scenes from winter – Philipsburg Manor

Scenes from winter – Philipsburg Manor

The famous Philipsburg Manor located right across the road from the Old Dutch Church and the Headless Horseman Bridge….Since the manor is part of the Historic Hudson Valley, we don’t think about it in  terms of the dead of winter.  But here it is covered in snow.  I generally think […]

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Fall Fire on the Tarrytown Lakes – November

Fall Fire on the Tarrytown Lakes – November

Fall color lasts for such a short time. While it lasts, its vivid and changes the entire landscape into a canopy of glorious color.   I’ve been told by friends who have  lived in the northeast that this is this season, short as it may be,  that they miss the […]

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My photography on display at Vintology of Scarsdale until Nov. 17…

My photography on display at Vintology of Scarsdale until Nov. 17…

Photography shows are fun for the photographer as well as the public.  It allows people to enjoy actual prints of the work rather than viewing them on a computer screen.  Since I started with digital photography online, it has always surprised me how images seem a bit more “alive” in […]

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Fire in the sky – Peekskill NY

Fire in the sky – Peekskill NY

This photo was taken at Riverfront Green Park right by the train station in Peekskill NY.  I visited the park a couple of times during the summer to and decided to try to capture the late afternoon into early evening light.  In the end, I took quite a few photos […]

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The Hudson River & the Hudson Line….

The Hudson River & the Hudson Line….

You can’t think about the Hudson River without thinking about trains and train lines.  Trains and the lower Hudson Valley go hand in hand because the area is just a few miles from  the financial capital of the world.   For Westchester residents, trains are a way of life, and […]

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