If you are a group of 6 people or more and would like to go to NY on different dates, contact us and we’ll organize the tour just for you.
New York is a diverse city with gorgeous old architecture and sleek new skyscrapers, iconic landmarks of all types, hidden surprises, and a diversity of residents and visitors that is unrivaled. The energy, the speed, and the creativity that occur on the streets every single day make it a playground for all types of photographers. While Manhattan is probably the most photographed place in the world, we’re not going to photograph only the famous landmarks but we are going a little deeper, trying to capture the true essence of the city, thanks also to Barbara who has lived and worked in NYC for many years and knows the real soul of the city. The streets are going to be the main heart of our photographic adventure as we are going to wander and photograph areas that are certainly the richest in culture, the most authentic, colorful and fascinating of New York, like The Greenwich Village, Chinatown, Soho, Coney Island, Brooklyn, the new High Line, and many more.
The city has amazing photo opportunities: from skylines and night photography, to architecture, portraits, and street photography… we are going to cover every aspect of photography.
We’ll be out shooting all day long but we will also have time to review our images, talking, and enjoying everything New York has to offer in terms of photography. Every day Barbara will work side by side with you to help you determining and achieving your photographic goals. It’s going to be a visual journey where participants will work on developing a personal style through their images; therefore it’s perfect for all levels of photographic skill.
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About the Leader
Barbara Balzaretti was born and raised in Milan, Italy. After her university degree she moved to New York for a master in photojournalism and worked there as a freelance photographer and photo editor for some of the top New York City photo agencies including Tom Keller & Associates and Corbis. She has also worked in advertising and film as producer in the US and Europe. She now lives in Finland and is the founder and director of the International Photo Center.