After staying in New York City for 2 weeks, I have to admit that this is such a magical place, especially to photographers like me.
Even though there are lots of unreasonable and unpredictable elements in New York, it is still an attractive and huge subject to study and explore.
During the last 3 weeks, New York was crazily adored by the “ice queen”, and its social infrastructure was terribly influenced, especially the traffic system.
However, I have to say that the storm problem do provide photographers beautiful scenes as well as a better chance to achieve themselves.
The terrible snow storms make everyone upset, including cars parked beside streets.
Going across the regular and clean streets in New York, photographers can see many interesting things, such as contrast between old and new fashion.
The Central Park in Columbus Circle is absolutely a fantastic place to take pictures in winter, where people can have chances to touch animals intimately.
New York City, which is the biggest city in America, is such a busy and crowed place.
Because of immigrants from 97 different countries and areas, the culture of this city seems to be unique and comprehensive.
This kind of culture can bring photographers more exciting and brand new ideas, which can make great and gorgeous photography productions.
Another reason why I think photographers can take good pictures in New York City is that, local citizens here always feel free to help photographers with their productions.
Under this kind of situation, photographers do not need to pay attention to how to get close to their targets so that they can avoid to meet obstacles of human nature and some of social regulations.
Instead, they only need to focus on the techniques and angles, which can make them more efficient.
As for me, I am still looking for the beauty of New York City in different seasons and different places.
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Thank you for reading and have a nice day!