Check out these photos that Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design recently shot of a home in Westport, CT. I believe this home was a turn-of-the-century ice house that was converted (and obviously expanded!) into the home you see in the pictures today.
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Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design specializes in photographing interior and exterior real estate, property, designs, equipment, products, and construction for both local and out-of-state companies doing business or conducting projects within its primary market in the Connecticut towns and cities of Norwalk, Westport, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Bridgeport, Wilton, Stamford, Greenwich, Ridgefield, Weston, and Easton; and also (when time permits) within its secondary market within the greater Connecticut area as well as parts of southeastern New York State.
Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design owns a variety of professional-grade camera equipment and software designed to produce high-resolution, high dynamic-range photographs in a wide range of artificial and natural light settings -- quality which simply cannot be replicated on today's best camera phones or even with lower-end DSLR cameras and lenses. Importantly, every photograph is individually and properly edited, including adjustments to optimize light, color, shadows, sharpness, and picture noise. All photos are further adjusted to fix all "converged verticals" to ensure wall and angle distortions created by wide-angle lens have been minimized. All of this meticulous photographic editing and inspection is done in-house, and is never outsourced, batched, nor mass-produced. Lastly, private online galleries are provided to all clients so they can conveniently view and download their digital photo files in the file format and quality of their choice.
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