New York City Photo Workshop Oct 2020

Exploring New York City with a camera is a rewarding and exhilarating experience. Are you ready to capture this city's amazing street scenes during our photo workshop? Prepared to witness the famous skylines during the magic hour and take advantage of the first light as it strikes the iconic landmarks of the Upper West Side? Or dreamed of enjoying the beauty of the Midtown Skyline at sunset from the New Jersey Highlands? Then come and join long time New York Photographers Christian and Regula Heeb on a week long photo workshop in America‘s most dynamic city.

Christian has published over 15 Books and Travel Guides on the city and has photographed the city for over 30 years.

Limited to 6 participants, our group will explore and photograph the city by foot, subway and car shuttle.

Our schedule will consist of shooting at sunrise and then enjoying breakfast at the hotel. Afterwards, we will explore the different neighborhoods and have lunch in the city. We will then take a short break before we head out again to photograph the sunset and magic hour on location with tripods.

Enjoy shooting New York while guided to great locations without worrying about logistics. See New York when the city that never sleeps has quieted down and you are one of the few people to see the light hit the buildings at the lake in Central Park or the Skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan from Brooklyn.

Be inspired by your fellow photographers while practicing your skills.

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