The Lower East Side is a favorite neighborhood of mine and I often give photo tours there. Here’s a recent photo from there.
La Maison Francaise from a recent photo tour
The next Chinatown Street Photography Workshop is on Sunday 5 March. Chinatown is one of the very few neighborhoods in New York City that has not undergone gentrification. It is fabulous for street photography and urban landscapes. We meander through the backstreets beyond the touristy part of the neighborhood. We discuss photography, cameras, techniques, street photography and New York City AND we have a great time doing it too! The workshop is limited to 6 people so don’t wait to register!
I have the great pleasure of meeting so many fabulous people on my photo tours and street photography workshops! Last November I had the pleasure of giving Pete a photo tour of Soho and Greenwich Village. Fabulous neighborhoods for both urban architecture and street photography. We walked and talked about photography, techniques, shared interests and about this amazing city! We both had a really good time and we both took some great photos! You can read his review here and you can see some of his photos from our day at his website. Here’s Pete on the street in action!
The Iconic Photo Tour is one of my suggested tours. Grand Central Terminal, the New York Public Library, the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building and the Flatiron Building are just a few of the buildings that we see on this tour. If you are looking to capture urban landscapes this is the tour for you. There are also good street photography opportunities on this tour as well.