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Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design Named Photographer for LBM Journal Cover Article

NORWALK, CT—July 21, 2017— Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design was recently named photographer for the cover article of the July 2017 issue of LBM Journal.

The front-page article, entitled "Built to Last", highlighted The Hatch & Bailey Company, a Norwalk, Connecticut-based lumberyard. Hatch & Bailey has the distinction of being Connecticut's oldest lumberyard, supplying lumber and other building materials in the Fairfield County area for 145 years.

"I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with both LBM Journal and employees at Hatch & Bailey to successfully complete the photography work related to the July 2017 issue of LBM Journal," said Matt D'Alto of Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design. "Corporate clients especially value the high level of professionalism and service they receive from Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design's commercial photography business. I look forward to continuing to provide smaller companies throughout Fairfield County and surrounding areas with fantastic advertising-grade photography and website design services for all of their marketing initiatives."

On, a representative of LBM Journal publicly reviewed the commercial photography work that Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design recently conducted on its behalf:


"Matthew was very professional through the entire process. Work was great quality. Highly recommend."


About LBM Journal

LBM Journal is the leading media company serving lumberyards, building material distributors, wholesalers, manufacturers, and service providers — otherwise known as the lumber/building material (LBM) distribution channel. Founded in 2003, LBM Journal is published in both print and digital editions (11x per year). The popular LBM Alert e-newsletter delivers industry news and insights each week, and the website is packed with resources, including a free, searchable and downloadable archive of back issues. Subscriptions to LBM Journal are free to qualified industry pros.

About Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design

Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design specializes in corporate and commercial photography as well as website design for small businesses within its primary market, which include the Connecticut towns and cities of Norwalk, Westport, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, 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 of this meticulous photographic editing and inspection is done in-house on high-end computer hardware and software, 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 format and quality of their choice. All customer-downloaded photo files are advertising-grade and ready for commercial printing, if desired.

Matthew D'Alto Photography & Design also works with small businesses to create and maintain state-of-the-art websites. Each website is built and customized based upon client feedback and research conducted on factors such as business or personal objectives; the look, feel, and functionality desired; industry competitors; and budget. Websites can range from multi-page sites with significantly customized, customer-interactive functionality that can scale with growing small-business needs, through "storefront" sites to advertise a business and sell its products and services, or even temporary and simple RSVP sites to collect information for corporate events. All websites are optimized for both mobile use and for search engines (SEO) to list your business earlier in keyword searches. Upon completion, website maintenance or training is offered to keep the website looking and working great well after the website design project is finished.

For a free photography or website design estimate for your small business, send an e-mail to or call anytime at 646-221-2482.


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