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A 360° Panorama From Atop the World Trade Centers Shortly Before 9/11

It was a sunny day in August 2001. I was a high school student at the time, and my family had decided to take a day trip to New York City, which was about an hour away from where we were living at the time. I had been to New York many times before, but every single time, the sheer density and height of the buildings always struck me with awe.

90s Throwback: My Street Photos of New York City

The streets of New York City as a photo studio. That is the idea. Nearly 9 million people live in New York and another nearly 2 million travel to New York every day, so the streets are bursting with people.

Documenting the Pandemic in NYC with the Canon EOS R6

Living in the NYC area means you’re living around one of the greatest cities in the world -- a city that now I’ve personally seen fall to its knees twice. Once on September 11th. And now during COVID-19.

Leica Store in SoHo Looted During Last Night’s Protests in NYC

If you see some suspiciously affordable Leica gear popping up on the used market in the coming days, take note: it may be the result of looting that took place in New York City's SoHo neighborhood during last night's protests sparked by the death of George Floyd.

New York Rhapsody: A Cinematic Love Letter to the Creative Heartbeat of NYC

Adorama has just released a stunning cinematic tribute to the city of New York that could not come at a more poignant moment. At a time when the creative flame at the core of the city has been snuffed out by a small piece of genetic code, New York Rhapsody stands as a testament to the fire that is waiting to come roaring back.

New York City Photographed as an ‘Urban Quilt’

After spending years photographing the Chicago skyline for project Urban Quilt, photographer Angie McMonigal has more recently turned her attention to New York City. Her abstract photos compress the diverse architecture of The Big Apple into a patchwork of colors, shapes, and textures.

Watch New Yorkers Get Surprised with Polaroid Street Photos of Themselves

Brooklyn-based photographer Josh Katz made this 11-minute video of a social experiment he did on the streets of New York City to "turn street photography on its head." Instead of shooting photos of strangers and walking away with the images, Katz shot Polaroids of people, handed them the picture to keep, and then tried to strike up conversations as the prints developed.

Photos of an Aerobatic Helicopter Doing Stunts Over New York City

With the Bethpage Air Show just around the corner on Memorial Day, professional Red Bull Pilot Aaron Fitzgerald took to the skies above New York City to give the people below a sneak peek of the aerobatic displays. The stunts were captured in a series of unusual photos by photographer Predrag Vuckovic.

New York City from the Street and Sky

After moving to New York City from London in September 2017, British photographer and actress Marielle Clare began wandering the streets of her new city with her camera. Over the following year, she captured NYC from the street and from the air, shooting photos from all angles and across all seasons.