Boston Architectural Photographer | Brian Bresnahan
       
     
 Architectural photography is used for design/build portfolios, company profiles, fine art documentation of property holdings and advertising for available real estate.
       
     
 Bresnahan practices a two-prong approach to architectural photography. He captures an objective view of the scene and he enhances its identity through a variety of lighting, capture and staging techniques. The result is a photograph that provides important information while enticing viewers to seek-out a first hand experience of the scene.
       
     
Desk | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Study | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Game Room | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Tuscan Kitchen | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Jackson Hole_Stairway.jpg
       
     
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Boston Architectural Photographer | Brian Bresnahan
       
     
Boston Architectural Photographer | Brian Bresnahan

Fort Point, Boston, photographer Brian Bresnahan provides architectural photography services for architects, developers, corporations, private collectors and real estate agencies.

 Architectural photography is used for design/build portfolios, company profiles, fine art documentation of property holdings and advertising for available real estate.
       
     

Architectural photography is used for design/build portfolios, company profiles, fine art documentation of property holdings and advertising for available real estate.

 Bresnahan practices a two-prong approach to architectural photography. He captures an objective view of the scene and he enhances its identity through a variety of lighting, capture and staging techniques. The result is a photograph that provides important information while enticing viewers to seek-out a first hand experience of the scene.
       
     

Bresnahan practices a two-prong approach to architectural photography. He captures an objective view of the scene and he enhances its identity through a variety of lighting, capture and staging techniques. The result is a photograph that provides important information while enticing viewers to seek-out a first hand experience of the scene.

Desk | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Study | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Game Room | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Tuscan Kitchen | Architecture | Brian Bresnahan Photography.jpg
       
     
Jackson Hole_Stairway.jpg
       
     
Foothill_EXT_01.jpg