Updated: Dec 18, 2020
6 NYC photography locations:
A gleaming white pair of wings gracefully curve together to form the Oculus, a ultra-modern subway station that rests at the foot of the World Trade Center. There are countless photo opportunities here - from architectural details to street scenes.
This iconic slice of New York scenery, built between 1859 and 1862, presents near-infinite imaging opportunities - go for a classic view at the base of the bridge, explore the Ramble to find a new viewpoint, or take images from the bridge itself.
A classic street photography location, 5th Avenue is teeming with smokestacks, yellow cabs, and food stands - a tourist's paradise.
The Chrysler Building
The gleaming silver crown of the Chrysler Building - a classic NYC photo location. Once you find the perfect composition, try experimenting with your settings for better results.
The Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of New York's foremost photography locations. Walk the bridge to capture its iconic latticework of cables or take a longer lens and photograph the streets below.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
Central Park's largest body of water, the Reservoir is 4.6 million square feet in area, and offers picture-perfect views of the emerging skyline along 57th street.
The Upper West Side
The Upper West side offers the wide avenues and steady crowds of 5th avenue, but with more quirks. An occasional water tower or eccentric store is sure to pop up every few blocks - making it a photographer's dream.