Bob Vergara has owned and operated All Photographic Services in Orangeburg, NY, for over 20 years.  Along with his full time Studio Manager Inger Soderman and staff/ freelance photographers  Nils Walter and John Nantes, they are perhaps the largest full service Digital Commercial Photography Studio in Rockland County.  The diverse forms of Photography they provide are listed here on separate web pages. "We feel we have the expertise and the experience to handle any job the way it should be done." They also specialize in Aerial Photography from both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters.  "We are in fequent communication with the controllers in the tower at LaGuardia Airport."  This often allows us access to sensitive airspace. 

In addition, Bob is a member of Local 600, The Cinematographers/Still Photographers Union, serving the Motion Picture Industry.  Bob has provided still photos for the 2004 remake of “The Manchurian Candidate” starring Meryl Streep and Denzel Washington.  His photos of Neil Young are featured in the DVD as well as on the DVD cover and movie poster for the concert film “Neil Young Heart of Gold”.  Most recently Bob was the still photographer for the Jonathan Demme film “Rachel Getting Married”.  His photos of The Best Actress Oscar Nominated Anne Hathaway can be found on the movie poster and DVD cover  as well as numerous publications and the official movie website. 

Bob’s photos have been featured in The NY Times, The LA Times, The Daily News, USA Today as well as Time, News Week, Vogue, Real Simple Magazine and other numerous book and CD covers.  His product and packaging photos can be found on the shelves and in the display windows of Bed Bath & Beyond, Restoration Hardware, Target and The Container Store among others. 

APS clients include: IBM, Verizon Wireless, TIAA CREF, Standard & Poors, Pentax, NBC Universal,  Sony Pictures Classics, Trump National, The Hudson River Park Trust of NYC, Casabella Products, The Dress Barn, ArcCom Fabrics and Fujifilm.

The APS studio is located on the third floor of an historical former factory building.  The rural setting with horses, chickens and a giraffe outside belies the fact that they are just 15 minutes North of The George Washington Bridge and NYC.  The giraffe, although life size, is stuffed however.