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Iconic New York Photography Tour

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  • Iconic New York Photography Tour
  • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
  • Small group ensures personal service
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Iconic New York Photography Tour
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3 Hour Iconic NY Photo Tour
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Overview
Capture some of the Big Apple's most iconic destinations and locations on this fast-paced 2.5-hour photography tour lead by a professional photographer. You'll learn how to take the best shots, frame images with your lens, and more as you make your way through city streets, parks, and landmarks. Stop at the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, and other top attractions.
What to Expect
Meet your photographer guide in midtown Manhattan (exact meeting location advised upon reconfirmation). Photograph Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Empire State Building, and Central Park. Your guide will show you how to capture these landmark locations while sharpening your photography skills. You'll learn how to work with lines and angles to bring these locations to life and you’ll even get an opportunity to photograph the skyline from Central Park. 

This is a very fast-paced photo safari and will utilize the NYC subway system, where you’ll have an opportunity to learn how to capture motion with the subway trains. Subway fare is included.
Reviews (35)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Photo Safari for Locals and Visitors Alike!!

This was a fabulous photo tour packed into three hours! It included Grand Central Terminal, Times Square, the Chrysler Building, and other interesting shots and compositions. We had an extremely small group and the instructor, Zim, was beyond helpful and personable, and extremely patient while...More

Thank Mugglemom1962
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour

Thanks to Zim I had a fun morning in NYC walking around the iconic buildings, central park and even on the subway, trying to get the best from my camera. Thanks very much. Great tour if you want a relaxed friendly lesson in how to...More

Thank faye_midgley
NYCPhotoSafari, Guest Relations Manager at New York City Photo Safari, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear faye_midgley - Thank you for taking the time to write a very positive review. It sounds like you had a great time and acquired some new photography skills too. Do share some of your photos with us when you have a few minutes! Thank...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Packed with knowledge & straight into shooting

This is a great course, so much was covered in our morning session. We were a small group of fairly average photographers and we were guided patiently and informatively by Zim, our guide. Each of us got the attention we needed to achieve some fabulous...More

Thank Companion814526
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fun and Informative

Our guide Zim created a fun and informative atmosphere. From camera settings to composing the shots she had suggestions, tips and directions that should help me for years to come.My wife was shooting with an iPhone 8 and I a full frame DSLR. Could well...More

Thank Ken B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Terrific learning experience

Our instructor, Zim, was fantastic! She is a gifted teacher and made us all feel at ease while we fumbled around with our settings. In addition to learning more about camera settings, Zim helped us "see" what we were shooting by challenging our composition. All...More

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Response from Simon B | Reviewed this property |
I was the only participant in my tour. Not sure what the maximum number is. We didn’t use tripods on my tour. I don’t think they would be well-suited to some of the locations visited (eg. subway) so I would suggest not to... More
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