New York City Photography
Possibly if you live in New York City you may take the photography opportunities for granted. If you are a visitor, however, it is impossible to not be awed by the endless sights. Having been a visitor a number of times I have taken the usual shots from the GE Building in Rockefeller Center, (much better than from the Empire State Building by the way) Times Square from the bleachers and of course from one of many river cruises. However after you have been to the iconic locations and simply walk around Central Park, Washington Square or many other locations you begin the realize that the street scenes are incredible. As Jay Maisel (famous NYC photographer) would say, "keep your lens cap off". Where else would you see a grand piano being played in the middle of a park on a Saturday morning?
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