Posted on 2019-08-26
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USA - New York Queensboro bridge Street Photography with Iconic Buildings

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Description

Walk through about 1.7 miles of this amazing bridge.
The Queensboro Bridge is also known as the 59th Street Bridge (because its Manhattan end is located between 59th and 60th Streets) and officially titled the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, is a cantilever bridge over the East River in New York City that was completed in 1909. It connects the neighborhood of Long Island City in the borough of Queens with the neighborhood of Upper East Side in Manhattan, passing over Roosevelt Island. The bridge is made with tons of steels and pipes!
Through the bridge, we'll see skyline buildings along with Roosevelt Island. There are bicycle lanes and pedestrians... Fantastic views, coupled with opportunities for taking photos of people on bicycles, the Roosevelt island tram, street scenes...
Queens side has an mazing view of the bridge and subway railroads all together .
It's fantastic!

Type of experience

  • Photo Workshop

Where

  • North America

What

  • Largely landscapes
  • Approach people
  • Discover a city
  • Perfect urban technique

When

  • Anytime

When (if specific dates)

Sun,Monday and Wednesday

Duration

  • Half day

Duration (other)

01:00 pm

Languages spoken

English and Japanese

What is included

  • Tips
  • Personal critique/review
  • Post experience mentoring

Five keywords that best describe the experience you will have

Documentary
Life
Landscape
Street photography
Urban

Camera equipment used by photographer

Canon 80D Ricoh GR II

Private or group?

  • Group

Max group size

2

Min group size

2

Non photographer's welcome

No