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.
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.
People who turn their noses up at commuting to Manhattan from Westchester are denying themselves a far more affordable (and upscale) lifestyle that can be had for a very minimum of inconvenience. Metro-North is nothing like the subway. The 30 minutes I spent on the Metro-North train when I commuted to Manhattan were among the most productive of my day.
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.
ately I've been taking a lot of photos along the Hudson River. The sheer concentration on the Hudson River was due in part to a client who had some very specific requests with the Hudson River as the subject.