The Light Tells The Story

Architectural photography requires patience and planning. Whether interior or exterior the shooter must be in sync with the light source and its angles. Watching how the light falls on objects will determine definition, contrast and saturation- it also dictates the emotion which is where the story lies. This is our priority when planning a shoot like this together. See some examples below and please reach out to plan a project.

Floating Farmhouse


Eldred, NY

Floating Farmhouse


Eldred, NY

Kenoza Hall

Kenoza Lake, NY

Kenoza Hall

Kenoza Lake, NY

Hemlock Spa


KENOZA LAKE, NY

Hemlock Spa


KENOZA LAKE, NY

Catherine Harnden House


High Falls, NY

Catherine Harnden House


High Falls, NY

Eastwind

Windham, NY

Eastwind

Windham, NY

Scribner's Lodge

Tannersville, NY

Scribner's Lodge

Tannersville, NY

Roscoe Farmhouse


Roscoe, NY

Roscoe Farmhouse


Roscoe, NY

Cold SPring Modern


Cold Spring, NY

Cold SPring Modern


Cold Spring, NY

Phillipsport Church House

Phillipsport NY

Phillipsport Church House

Phillipsport NY

Roscoe Lake Getaway

Roscoe, NY

Roscoe Lake Getaway

Roscoe, NY

The Catskill Lodge


Catskill, NY

The Catskill Lodge


Catskill, NY

Lushna

Windham, NY

Lushna

Windham, NY

“It is place, permanent position in both the social and topographical sense, that gives us our identity.”


The Arnold House

Shandalee, NY

The Arnold House

Shandalee, NY

Loosly acres

Walkill, NY

Loosly acres

Walkill, NY