New York Photography by Beckerman

New York City photography includes many black and white photos of: Central Park, New York Skylines, the Empire State Building, Poets Walk, The Flatiron Building, Yankee Stadium and most New York City landmarks.  I have added as much tourist info and links as possible to show where the photographs were taken.   Enjoy your visit to New York City  – Dave.
View of lower Manhattan including the Brooklyn Bridge photographed in 2007 with Kodak HIE infrared film. Photo Location: Great location to photograph lower manhattan: From the Manhattan Bridge!  You can Read More
    Get Directions For Driving Walking Bicycling   show options hide options Avoid Tolls Avoid Highways From To Fetching directions...... Reset directions Print directions The Brooklyn Bridge photographed with Read More
Under the Manhattan Bridge As the title says, under the Manhattan Bridge on the Manhattan side, looking towards downtown Manhattan.  Very Gotham feel; like something from the first Batman movie.
Photographed with Kodak Infrared film, this is reflection of Chrysler Building in store window on 42nd street.
Unisphere The Unisphere is a 12-story high, spherical stainless steel representation of the Earth. Located in Flushing Meadows – Corona Park in the borough of Queens, New York City, the Read More
Poet’s Walk, Central Park in 1994. My favorite location to photograph in Central Park is Poets Walk.  It is also called, Literary Walk or The Mall.  Best time of year Read More
Photography Location: Photographed from the Circle Line cruise with long lens in 2009.  “Flame” stands out well in this shot. The Circle Line Cruise was one of my best photo Read More
Photography Location: Photographed from the Circle Line Cruise.  Tip, use a fast shutter speed since the boat (obviously) is moving.  But it is possible to take great shots from the Read More
Couple walking towards Turtle Pond during snow storm.  1990s.
Photo Location: Pershing Overpass. But be careful.  There is a walkway, but the cars are really zipping around you and if you aren’t careful… 2005. Photographed from the Pershing overpass, Read More
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