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    Phillip Lehans is an artist and photographer with a background in fine art and photojournalism. Born in Boston, he graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2002, and the Hallmark Institute of Photography in 2005.
    He is the author of These Hamptons and his work has been published in magazines and news papers such as The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, The New York Times Style Magazine, Vanity Fair, Hamptons Magazine, Hamptons Purist, American Photo, Digital Photo Pro, Dan’s Papers, The East Hampton Star, The Sag Harbor Express, The Southampton Press, The Landmark and Worcester Magazine.
    In addition to his images appearing on the iconic Bay Street Theater poster, his work has been on display at the Massachusetts State House, the Worcester Art Museum and Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY.
    He is available for photography commission work in the Hamptons, New York, Boston and worldwide with a range of services including family portraits, weddings and events, headshots, product, real estate, sports and nearly any photographic need.
    He is also available for one-on-one camera lessons, Photoshop instruction, scanning and photo restoration and digital printing.

Hamptons Portrait Photography: The Art of the Analog (Film) Photo Session

In a time where 1′s and 0′s are the norm (digital,) there is still something to be said (very loudly) for the texture, romance, mystique and quality that film affords. Millions of photosites on a digital sensor is an amazing advancement, but the way the emulsion on a piece of film responds to light and shadow still hasn’t be replicated. A film portrait session is something very different from what has become today’s typical photo session. Instead of a seemingly infinite number of frames, each roll on a medium format camera contains just 16 exposures. This translates to a slower pace and generally, a more calm, thoughtful session. Though the film is ultimately digitized with a high-resolution scanner, the texture of the film is maintained, and the quality of the larger format film and larger lenses translates extremely well. The final product, a piece of art. There’s a reason why all those “old photographs” look so cool… call or fill out the contact form today to book your session!!!

Hamptons Portrait and Head Shot Photographer

Spring is here, it’s official!! (Literally AND figuratively.) The East End landscape isn’t quite ready for prime time but in the coming weeks the Hamptons backdrop will be back to it’s characteristic self, AMAZING!! If you’re looking for something a bit simpler, studio portraits are also and option. Whether you’re in need of a new social media photo, promotional portrait, corporate head shot or just like photos of yourself, spring is an excellent time to update your mug before the summer blitz!!

Hamptons Real Estate Photography: Spring is Here!

As gloomy March winds down and April Fools Day is tomorrow, it may be time to update your listing. If not, the joke May be on you! So if your place hasn’t been sold, rented or squatted in (to the best of your knowledge,) it may be time to update your property’s listing. If this is of interest to you, please feel free to call or drop me a line via the site’s contact form.

Hamptons Real Estate Photographer: Summer is Coming

Wow, it’s March 1st… Seriously. This is the time when summer rentals begin to get snatched up and the Hamptons real estate rental market is like an extreme game of musical chairs. Whether you’re a designer, builder, decorator, agent, homeowner or squatter, now is the time to have your property photographed if you’d like it rented for the 2017 summer season. For those who can wait ’till the foliage has filled in, you still may want to wait a few months but for those who can’t, it’s time. (And time is money.)

Wedding Photography: Worcester, Massachusetts

Spring is in the air… sort of… it’s supposed to hit 60 degrees this week… which means wedding season is swiftly approaching! The recent nuptials of Mary Beth and Conor at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts effortlessly blended a traditional, elegant ceremony with a rage-of-the-century reception at Worcester’s historic Mechanics Hall. #dropthebouquet