All the life of NYC, from busy offices, to 3rd floor walk-up off the rack suit sales floors can be yours from a midtown Manhattan balcony. Not all views are of Central Park, but in New York City, they can still be very interesting.
In the course of the job I have acquired a sense of familiarity with the dead. Business is mixed with sadness while walking through a New York City estate apartment, where it was the home of someone who had recently deceased. They may have lived a rich, full, and very successful, or at least a… Continue reading
This building stands so tall from so many angles, but probably not for much longer. Long Island City is growing by leaps and bounds, with really cool new architecture springing up from the among the warehouses and weeded lots. Until the area gets as filled in as Manhattan, there will still be these long views… Continue reading
For years I’ve been fascinated by the typefaces of New York, which you can find all over the place, on walls, in windows, and literally under your feet. When I find one I like I shoot it–sometimes with my pro rig, sometimes with a point and shoot, sometimes with my iphone, and sometimes with the… Continue reading
Shooting for real estate is a very singular type of photography. In our realm of work, we are ambassadors on a diplomatic mission. We are responsible for great images, yes, but we also wear other hats: we are professional delegates of the agents, as we represent their company; we are also salespeople, because sometimes we… Continue reading
Real estate photography is a field that has come of age somewhat recently. It has always been there; but where it used to be a secondary measure, as perhaps when someone was interested in a property they might wish to see a picture of it, now it has become the first and most important line… Continue reading