Photographing New York City Digital Field Guide
By Jeremy Pollack, Andy Williams
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: April 2010
Pages: 320

Expert advice to help you capture the Big Apple's many moods

The throbbing pace of the Grand Central Terminal contrasts sharply with the hushed reverence of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Bemused bears watch you at the Bronx Zoo, while shopkeepers clamor for your attention in Chinatown. Photograph the million moods and moments of New York City with the help of this portable guide. It offers descriptions of the best sites, camera settings, tips on when to shoot, and suggests the perfect vantage point for each photo.

  • Experience 28 of New York City's most scenic and historic sites, learn why each rates a photograph, and find out what equipment you'll need

  • Explore different approaches and perspectives

  • Experiment with lenses, filters, camera settings, and exposure

  • Extend your photography with low-light and creative options

Jeremy Pollack is a Connecticut-based commercial and fine art photographer with a passion for all things photography-related. Discover his work and his blog at Andy Williams is COO and General Manager of SmugMug and a professional photographer. Explore his online gallery at

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