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Two Ways Out-of-State Businesses Use Matthew D'Alto Photography for Their CT and NYC Photography

Businesses often have presences or customers across a variety of cities and states, even though their base of operations may be more localized to only one or two areas of the country. Therefore, it is not uncommon for organizations to occasionally need photography work done in a city or state that is not physically near them.

Not all businesses are large enough or desire to employ full-time staff to serve all needs across all of their markets. In addition, where there is only occasional need, it is often simply better to outsource to a local expert. Particularly when it comes to photography, it is usually more cost efficient to simply hire a freelance photographer in the local market where and when there is the need.

With this backdrop, let's explore some common situations where businesses could benefit from outsourcing their Connecticut- or New York-based photography needs to Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design.

New Construction, Manufacturing, or Renovation

Regional homebuilders, contractors, construction companies, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers all may have a vested interest in a great product being built, installed, or distributed in the ​Connecticut, Westchester County, New York, or New York City area. Some examples might include:

  • a regional homebuilder's newly built or under-construction home

  • a general contractor's home construction or addition

  • building material companies whose exterior material or product is being applied to an out-of-state building, such as:

  • brick, bluestone, or other masonry stone work;

  • specialty wood and detailed wood grain

  • steel or other other metal

  • dry wall

  • decking

  • roofing

  • vinyl or cedar shingle siding

  • landscape designs and installations

  • window and door product installations

  • wide-angle photos of an entire corporate building under construction

  • kitchen remodeling

  • restaurant or hotel expansions or grand openings

  • remote warehouse, factory, or inventory photos for annual reports or other marketing purposes

If you are considering outsourcing your photography needs, you should always seek out a photographer that can use the proper professional-grade equipment and software to deliver high-resolution, advertising-quality photographs.

Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design uses high-end cameras and specialty lenses, along with professional photography software, to bring forth the important details of your product or work, and can optimize every pixel of your photographs for virtually any business marketing purpose.

Corporate Events

Other situations where a business may need to outsource to a local photographer in another state could include corporate events, such as:

  • award ceremonies in a local or regional office

  • holiday parties

  • keynote speaker events

  • customer appreciation celebrations

  • Board of Director meetings

  • charity events

You will want to hire a photographer who not only can come with a variety of lenses but also can accommodate different lighting situations on the fly. Many events do not allow time or space for pre-staged lighting equipment. Your photographer should be able to improvise and adapt based on the situation.

Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design uses professional-grade cameras, "fast" lenses, speedlights, and light diffusers that all have peer-leading abilities to compensate for most interior lighting conditions and thus optimize details even in the shadows of your photographs.

is a Norwalk, Connecticut-based photographer that provides full-service photography serving the corporate and real estate needs of customers in the greater Connecticut and New York markets.

Click here to receive more information about the photography services provided, contact information, or to receive a free estimate for the photography work you are considering.


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