Category Archives: Architecture Photography

Visiting Philly

Visiting Philly during the Christmas holidayView full post »

Yale Sterling Library

Yale University Sterling Memorial Library Interior view of Collegiate Gothic architecture style main library at YaleView full post »

Wall Street Christmas Tree

Wall Street Christmas Tree One of the most wonderful times of the year to visit New York City has to be during theView full post »

Las Vegas Nevada

It’s not the brightest city from space for nothing! One of the reasons Vegas is always so exciting is that it’sView full post »

Oculus – WTC Transit Hub

Oculus World Trade Center WTC Transportation Hub – The cathedral like pavilion at 4 World Trade Center in lowerView full post »

Queensboro Ed Koch Bridge NYC

The full moon rises over the Queensboro Bridge in midtown Manhattan in New York City NYC.View full post »

High On New York City

Aerial views of illuminated iconic landmarks in Manhattan, New York City during sunset and the blue hour at twilight.View full post »

Colorful Fibers Over Boston

The colorful Janet Echelman’s “As If It Were Already Here” aerial sculpture suspended over Boston’s RoseView full post »

Earth Day

The iconic landmark of the 1964 New York World’s Fair Unisphere during sunset.View full post »

Philly – City Of Brotherly Love

Images from the Philadelphia city of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia City Hall, Museum of Art and the PennsylvaniaView full post »

Lake Eola Park-Orlando Florida

Lake Eola is a small lake in Downtown Orlando, Florida. The lake is actually a sinkhole and is famous for it’sView full post »

Christ In Majesty

Christ In Majesty at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate ConceptionView full post »

US Library of Congress

These photographs are from the Jefferson building which is one of three buildings that make up the United StatesView full post »

Washington National Cathedral

The Washington National Cathedral Photographs from our recent Susan Candelario | SDC Photography  Meetup Group thisView full post »

A Central View

A Central View ~ This vertical black and white panorama shows a unique perspective of the main concourse of historicView full post »

Grand Central Station Meet-Up

This was my first serious attempt of this magnitude to capture a vertical HDR panorama and I thought Grand CentralView full post »

Silk Mill

The Silk Mill is the last standing silk mill in the United States. Its present deteriorated state is full of greatView full post »

New… St. Patrick’s Cathedral & Architectural HDR Workshops

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral & Architectural HDR WorkshopsView full post »

Happy Easter from the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart

I spent the day yesterday photographing the exterior and interior of the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart,View full post »

Definitely not at Starbucks!!!

We have been pretty busy with our professional photography business and have had little time for much lately, includingView full post »

Saint Michael’s Church

I believe Saint Michaels Church to be of a Romanesque, which came about during the 11th and 12th century and was seenView full post »

St. Bridget’s Church

One of my photography assignments from this week was to photograph 3 gorgeous churches. The images of St.View full post »

In a New York City State of Mind

As a native New Yorker my roots continue to draw me back especially when it comes to my photography. The vast array ofView full post »

Eastern State Penitentary

Here is a quick post of a photograph I made at ESP yesterday during a Roamin with Roman Photo Tour “HDR fromView full post »

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