Wanderlust Chronicles shares their best places to take photos in New York City.
Everyone knows the famous Love Sculpture and it has graced a fair few photos in its lifetime. But how about you shake it up and ‘gram the new kid on the block, the Hope Sculpture.
Where// 222 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, United States
BROOKLYN AND BROOKLYN BRIDGE
Do yourself a favour and take a stroll from the Manhattan side of the Hudson River over to Brooklyn. You will be rewarded with great views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn ahead, and if you turn around, or walk along the many boardwalks on the Brooklyn side, you will be rewarded with fabulous views of the Manhattan Skyline.
This super cool and world famous landmarks looks exactly like an old-school iron, and no matter which angle you look at it from, its interesting architecture makes for a great shot.
Where// 175 5th Ave, New York
CHELSEA MARKET AND THE HIGHLINE
This elevated walkway which was once an abandoned freight rail line connects the Meatpacking District to between the 10th and 12th Avenues. This open-air walkway is the perfect place to explore the funky new areas of NYC and to capture cool street art and daily life New Yorker along the way.
Where// Gansevoort St to West 34th St
This fashionable district is not only famous for its high-end designer labels and well heeled women clicking along its cobbled streets. SoHo is also noted for its local architecture so well known all over the world as being unique to NYC. Cute walkups with outdoor fire escapes line each street, making it the perfect place for a New York styled photo shoot.
TOP OF THE ROCK
Take a look at all of NYC’s boroughs and the famous Empire State Building from the Top of the Rock. Visit at sunset to capture the beautiful violet and rouge watercolours that paint the sky behind the Empire State Building.
Where// 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York
Central Park is photogenic at anytime of the year. Whether its vibrant red and yellow fall leaves, lush greens of summer and spring, or the icy, magically white winter settings, Central Park makes for a great photo location to remember NYC by.