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15 Most Photographic Spots in NYC

Being one of the most photographed cities in the world, New York City is full of beautiful spots to photograph. When planning a shoot, you might need some ideas of where to start shooting. Many photographers suggest simply taking a walk and notice what catches your eye, but the majority of the time we don’t have time to prance around and search. That’s why we have created a list of 15 undeniably photographic spots across New York City for shots you can’t get anywhere else.

Central Park

Central Park

Typical I know. But there’s a reason it’s so acclaimed. Central park is 840 acres of pure beauty so of course it had to make the list.

Old Pier 1

Old Pier 1

Described as “a photographer’s dream,” try and catch the pier just as the sun is setting.

Chinatown

Manhattan Bridge

Keep walking along the bridge until you find the perfect overlook onto Chinatown that makes for some brilliant shots.

Tudor City Overpass

Tudor City Overpass

A perfect shot of the Chrysler building.

Mulberry Street

Mulberry Street

Always a colorful little corner of Little Italy.

Mr. Purple

Mr. Purple

Talk about a view. Get drunk at this rooftop bar while you photograph the city skyline.

NYC Apartment

Apartments

Try shooting subjects at their apartments. It creates an intimate scenery you can’t find anywhere else. And I mean, who doesn’t love checking out other New York apartments?!?

Pomander Walk

Pomander Walk

See some the cutest apartments to ever exist.

Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock

Again, typical…but you can’t deny the view!!

Abandoned Smallpox Hospital

Abandoned Smallpox Hospital

It’ll be like shooting a castle…accept a potentially haunted one.

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal

The grandeur of the station speaks for itself.

Photographic Domino Park

Domino Park

Right on the waterfront!

Washington Street

Washington Street

This Brooklyn spot perfectly catches the Empire State Building encased by the Manhattan Bridge.

Rooftop at the MET

Rooftop of the MET

Overlook the entire park!

Stone Street

Rooftop of the MET

With a cobble stone road, it’s an aesthetic for sure.

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