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Suffield, CT (Sept. 15, 2015) — Heather Conley Photography earned a mention on the ArchDaily website recently — a site visited by 10 million architects each month — in an article by John Kutyla, the founder of PiXate Creative, a New Hampshire 3-D architectural rendering firm.
“I was rather impressed with the extensive DIY vs. PRO section on her website,” writes Kutyla. He goes on to include a Heather Conley Photography image, calling it a “great example from her work on the difference between a photo that tells a story and one that does not.” Placed side by side with a less-strategic photo, the contrast — and message — is clear.
The article, How to Render your Building to Sell It, Not Just Show It, highlights the value of professional architectural photography.
“I was honored to be given the nod by PiXate Creative and ArchDaily,” said Conley. “The ArchDaily article inspired my DIY vs. PRO blog series on the images highlighting examples of photography elements at play in each, immediately showing why a pro makes a difference.”