Join Susan Candelario and Nick Palmieri during one of the quietest and slowest passenger traffic times at the iconic and historic New York City transportation terminal.
We have acquired a very limited amount of permits for the use of our tripods during our photo shoot at this NYC landmark. Pretty cool too that we are the very first tripod permittees to photograph in that section.
This is the new addition to the historic Grand Central Terminal in midtown Manhattan in New York City, NY.
The largest mined underground rail station in the US. It has parts as deep as 180 feet below street level.
Due to the small size of the group you will receive special guidance and attention to any questions you may have.
You will be photographing all of the interesting modern architecture details, shapes and patterns and creating interesting abstracts.
We will focus on creating interesting compositions, lighting and exposures during the hours of 6:00am – 9:00am at the magnificent terminal.
Photographers of all skill levels as well as smartphone users are welcomed. Whether you have a DSLR, mirrorless or a mobile device camera you will walk away with beautiful memories.
We will hold a pre-photo workshop zoom meeting in which we will be highlighting all of the details in order to ensure you are prepared to capture some amazing and creative photographs.
You will also receive all pertinent information and details after signing up via email prior to the meetup.
Sunday, April 21st, 2024 Rain, Snow or Shine 6:00am – 9:00am
*images captured are to be used for personal use only