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5 of The Best Places in New York to Photograph (Part 2)

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5 of The Best Places in New York to Photograph (Part 2)

5 of The Best Places in New York to Photograph (Part 2)

 

1. Times Square

Times Square New York is a bustling intersection of art, commerce, advertisements and neon signs are a delight for your eyes or camera! Every year on December 31st the world sets their eyes on Times Square for the dazzling lights, energy and the world famous ball drop on new years eve. Visit Times Square for an iconic photograph in New York City.

2. USS Intrepid

Travel to the west side highway in New York City and you’ll find a beautiful WWII aircraft carrier that now serves as the sea, air & space museum complex. Get an up-close photograph of nearly two-dozen aircrafts. Opened in 1982 the Intrepid has become a national icon. More than 1,000,000 people visit each year.

3. Wall Street

Wall Street is great for shooting historic buildings. Visit the financial district to snap a shot of the New York Stock Exchange. Since the loss of the twin towers there has been a spurt of new building developments due to government tax incentives. While you’re in the neighborhood visit the south street seaport for amazing shots.

4. Manhattan Bridge

Built in 1909 The Manhattan Bridge is the youngest suspension bridge over the East River. This location visually appealing and offers diverse opportunities for shooting. Take a stroll on the pedestrian walkway on the south side of the bridge for the perfect photograph.

5. Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is a national landmark opened for traffic in May 1883 after 13 years of building. Capture a magical photograph with glimmering water and Manhattan as the backdrop. This iconic bridge has been features in thousands of movies, including Godzilla, I Am Legend, Once Upon A Time in American and more.