Photographing New York City Digital Field Guide

Photographing New York City Digital Field Guide

by Jeremy Pollack, Andy Williams

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ISBN-13: 9780470909737
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 05/06/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
File size: 19 MB
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About the Author

Jeremy Pollack (Tolland, CT) is a Connecticut-based photographer with a wide range of interests. Growing up in the woods, his first love has always been nature photography which he started shooting with his father's Canon FT QL. As his passion grew over the years, so did the breadth of his interests. Today he shoots commercial and fine art photography, selling prints at art shows and online. To connect to his blog, portfolios, fine art storefront, and other online presences, please visit www.jeremypollack.net.

Andy Williams (New York, NY) is a Photographer, COO, General Manager and House Professional Photographer at SmugMug. Andy has been a photographer all his life, and shooting professionally for 20 years. When he is not doing portrait and event work, his artistic interests tend toward landscape and street photography. He teaches and holds several workshops a year. Andy lives in the New York City area and is a member of Photographic Arts, NY, The Professional Photographers of America, The National Association of Photoshop Professionals, The IR League and Canon Professional Services. Andy can be found on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. His beautiful photos can be seen via his web site at www.moonriverphotography.com.

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Table of Contents

1 The Bronx Zoo.

2 The Brooklyn Bridge.

3 Castle Clinton.

4 The Cathedral Church of Saint John The Divine.

5 Central Park.

6 Chinatown.

7 The Cloisters.

8 The Empire State Building.

9 The Flatiron Building.

10 Grand Central Terminal.

11 The Guggenheim Museum.

12 The USS Intrepid.

13 Manhattan From Roosevelt Island.

14 Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges.

15 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

16 The Museum of Natural History.

17 New York Botanical Garden.

18 The New York Public Library.

19 Rockefeller Center.

20 The Rose Center for Earth and Space.

21 Saint Patrick’s Church Cathedral.

22 SoHo.

23 South Street Seaport.

24 The Staten Island Ferry.

25 The Statue of Liberty.

26 Times Square.

27 The United Nations.

28 Wall Street.

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Photographing New York City Digital Field Guide 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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Booyotch More than 1 year ago
If you are looking for a handy guide to photographing NYC, or other urban areas, this is the book you want to pick up. it's a great book in that you can apply the principals and techniques to other urban areas closer to your own home or work area. It's cleanly laid out and helpful, with details to help you get the most out of your shots. it will show you what lenses were used and how they were used, along with tips for different effects. Maps and points of interests fill the book, and is a very entertaining read. It is a must for any urban photographer. It will help you get the results you're looking for on a project. Moreover, it's a very enjoyable read. Definitely worth picking up!
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