The Traveling Photographer: New York

The Traveling Photographer: New York

The Traveling Photographer: New York is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, crafted by the creator, David Hobby. This tutorial is an essential foundation for an individual who needs to excel in his/her Photography expertise. It provides you a thorough grip on Cameras + Gear, Photography Foundations, Photography, Cameras + Gear, Photography Foundations and Photography.

Free Download - The Traveling Photographer: New York
Author David Hobby
Publish Date 2/27/2015
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 7m
Topic Cameras + Gear
Video Tutorials 20
Last Update N/A

Welcome to New York! In his The Traveling Photographer series, David Hobby has traveled around the world in search of photographic opportunities, cultural variety, and interesting people. In this stop he visits New York, with a unique goal: to assemble a collection of themed, iconic images. It’s a great project to undertake when visiting a place, especially one that you’ve already photographed. Along the way, David shares his usual array of tips for getting around, finding inexpensive food and lodging, and locating interesting photographic vantage points. You’ll leave the course with a cookbook of curated photo experiences that will help you take iconic pictures of the Big Apple, and—a bonus in one of the most expensive cities in the world—they’re practically all free.

Topics include:

  • Getting to New York
  • Where to stay, where to eat
  • Shooting the Empire State Building
  • Finding iconic images in Grand Central Terminal
  • Taking iPhone videos
  • Photographing on the Staten Island Ferry

The Traveling Photographer: New York : Video Lessons

  • Welcome to New York City1m 8s
  • Getting there and knowing where to stay2m 24s
  • The three food groups: Money, cell service, and data access2m 40s
  • Getting around in New York2m 43s
  • Eating on a budget3m 11s
  • Shoot: Empire State Building from DUMBO6m 17s
  • Shoot: Grand Central Terminal6m 37s
  • Experience: New York during PhotoPlus Expo1m 4s
  • Pro tip: Batteries on the road2m 12s
  • Shoot: The Top of the Rock for the best view of New York5m 46s
  • Reviewing the Top of the Rock photos6m 32s
  • Pro tip: Amp your iPhone video1m 13s
  • Shoot: Walk the Brooklyn Bridge3m 40s
  • Shoot: The Manhattan skyline through the pilings7m 58s
  • Experience: The Staten Island Ferry and the Statue of Liberty3m 35s
  • Light table: New York City5m 42s
  • Parting thoughts about New York City1m 40s
  • Bonus movie: Why we travel3m 2s

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