Architecture and roots of NYC. This safari focuses on some of the most interesting and historic architecture of New York City, including City Hall, the MunicipalBuilding, the famous Tweed Courthouse (the oldest city government building save for City Hall) and the surrounding area. This small but very important part of NYC contains the best examples of Italian Renaissance, Neo-Classicism and Beaux Arts architecture in the entire city. Not only will you discover the beauty of these landmarks of lower Manhattan but you also will learn and hone your photographic skills – the use of strong composition to provide the viewer with a sense of space; how to anticipate lighting conditions and scene management; how best to photograph classic buildings. This workshop is appropriate for all levels of photographic knowledge from beginners to advanced hobbyists. For more information all of our Photo Safaris visit our website NYC Photo Safari today!
New York City Photo Safaris is not your regular walking tour of New York sites and landmarks. Central Park, Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge, and Times Square are the staples of a New York visit, but will your photographs do them justice? Your photographer guide will not only show you these sights, but will teach you the skills to capture them in your photographs. You can learn skills such as night photography, macro, composition, and lighting while exploring the Metropolitan Museum, Madison Square Park, the Highline, Grand Central, or Wall Street. We take small groups out with professional photographer guides. See New York through our lens and take better photos home.
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