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    City Downtown Liberty Cruise

    Better light both lanterns in the window because you are coming by sea! -- ahem, The Liberty Cruise, that is. You'll see The Statue of Liberty and The New York Harbor from the prime viewing position of the ship's deck. Don't forget your camera! You'll capture amazing views of the New York City skyline as you cruise along the harbor. Ply through the waters of the Hudson and as you head back into port snap some photos of the stuff you missed on the way out! Take to the sea to see the city!
    City Downtown Liberty Cruise

    299 South St, New York

    • Hit the highlights of NYC's iconic architecture on a leisurely expedition
    • Soak up views of the Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, South Street Seaport, Battery Park, Wall Street, the Manhattan Bridge, the Brooklyn Bridge, Governor's Island, Ellis Island, the historical Immigration Center, the World Trade Center, the World Financial Center and other top New York City attractions
    • Snap photos of the most recognizable structures in The States
    • Take to the water and check out the city on an informative cruise
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    Crash Course: Quick & Dirty Portrait Photography

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    Making a great portrait doesn't necessarily require expensive gear. Take one of the most famous portraits of all time: Steve McCurry's Afghan Girl, shot for the cover of National Geographic in 1985 using only a 35mm camera and natural light. It's not the tools themselves that do the job, but rather the mind creating with them. In this illuminating Crash Course we'll help you to observe, visualize and control natural light, demonstrating how light and shadow, as well as different focal lengths, affect the dimensions of the human face. You'll get valuable practice photographing people and learn to put subjects at ease. Make vivid portraits a part of your everyday.
    Crash Course: Quick & Dirty Portrait Photography

    736 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn

    • Discover how to find the most flattering natural and available light
    • Learn how different focal lengths will affect the dimensions of the human face
    • Get a crash course in taking beautiful photographs
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    8 positive reviews
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    Nighttime Photography (Long Exposures)

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    How are you supposed to take pictures with dim lighting? Flash works but only for a second. Blink and the picture is ruined. By simply adjusting the shutter speed on your camera to speeds longer than one second, you'll delve into the world of long exposure photography. With JP Teaches Photo, wander into Central Park as the sun's setting, and learn the basic techniques and tips of this unique photography style. With a camera in hand, pick up light that isn't even detectable to the human eye -- you'll be delighted with the resulting images. Bring a flashlight or use the stars and get exposed to night photography.
    Nighttime Photography (Long Exposures)

    Central Park West & W 72nd St, New York

    • Learn how to adjust shutter speed and capture light with your camera that is undetectable to the human eye
    • Travel through Central Park as the sun sets to take pictures
    • Explore the fundamentals of long exposure photography
    • No experience necessary
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    3 positive reviews
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    Photo Safari at City Hall

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    New York City offers one of the most fascinating blends of architecture in the world. So why not learn to capture the best of the city? On this photo safari, you will master the techniques behind architectural photography by experimenting with Lower Manhattan's historic buildings that represent the city's best examples of Italian Renaissance and Beaux Arts architecture. Specifically, you'll learn about the elements of strong composition, optimal lighting, and scene management. Your class will begin at City Hall with cameras in hand, then meander to the Municipal Building and the infamous Tweed Courthouse. From there, the neighborhood offers a wealth of classic and modern architecture to photograph. Hone your photography skills with these iconic buildings!
    Photo Safari at City Hall

    131 Duane St, New York

    • Learn the fundamental techniques behind architectural photography
    • Discover how to anticipate lighting conditions, scene management and spatial composition
    • Capture the historical beauty of Lower Manhattan's most famous buildings
    • No experience necessary
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    1 positive reviews
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    Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise

    Head to Chelsea Piers in the evening to board your luxury cruise, an elegant vessel featuring fully enclosed glass walls and ceiling and a revolutionary deck layout that gives every table a great view of the live entertainment. Get cozy in the climate-controlled cabin or head to the two outdoor viewing decks as your expert captain takes you along the Hudson River, New York Harbor and East River. The moment you step aboard, live jazz performed by talented musicians provides the perfect ambiance for sipping drinks and admiring the Manhattan skyline. Get up-close views of the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower), Battery Park, Colgate Clock, Governor's Island, South Street Seaport, the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights and the Manhattan Bridge. Have your camera ready as you cruise by Ellis Island and the stately Statue of Liberty! As the magnificent skyline spreads before you in all directions, you'll be served a gourmet dinner at your table. Uniquely designed seating arrangements create an inviting and intimate dining experience. After dinner, your jazz entertainment resumes, this time with Broadway hits in cabaret style. The evening crescendos with upbeat dance music from the Big Band era to Motown to today's favorites. Dancing on the spacious hardwood dance floor is encouraged, and musicians are happy to accept requests! Classic Dinner Menu (subject to change) will include fresh salad (choice of organic mixed greens, organic spinach and kale, or Mediterranean couscous and chickpea), a main course (choice of roast salmon & tilapia, chicken parmesan meatballs, twice cooked beef short ribs, baked ziti, or roast broccoli), and desserts (mini pastries, cookies, brownies, seasonal fruit).

    Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise

    Pier 62, Chelsea Piers, New York

    • Enjoy a luxurious dinner cruise, complete with live jazz and gourmet cuisine
    • Get unrivaled views of the Empire State Building, Battery Park, Statue of Liberty and South Street Seaport
    • Surround yourself with NYC's beautiful skyline and relax atop the ship's deck
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    Greenwich Village Ghost Tour

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    Believe it or not, your monthly rent is not the scariest thing about this city. Uncover the creepiest kooks and spooks of New York City's past on stroll through its haunted hollows. This tour is not for the faint of heart, taking those who seek a good thrill through the eeriest streets of Greenwich Village and Chelsea amidst their lingering ghosts. You'll hear the tales of modern murder, visit Mark Twain's 'House of Horror,' and stand above the hidden tomb of 20,000 yellow fever victims--awaiting your arrival, no less. Hollywood said it best: 'You'd best start believing in ghost stories, Miss Turner. You're in one!'
    Greenwich Village Ghost Tour

    Washington Square Park, New York

    • Take a walking tour of the eeriest sites of tragedy and mystery in New York City's history
    • Hear bone-chilling true stories of murder and intrigue
    • Visit famous grounds of horror such as the Chelsea Hotel, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, Mark Twain's 'House of Horror,' and the tomb of 20,000 yellow fever victims
    • Come in contact with the tortured spirits that haunt the streets of Greenwich Village and Chelsea
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    45 positive reviews
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    Color Factory

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    Welcome to Color Factory: Experience all 16-rooms inside this collaborative exhibit where you’ll celebrate a wider palette of razor-sharp reds, delicate pinks, thorny greens, and so much more. What to expect? Expressive wall guides along the 20,000 square foot path will help direct you through rooms filled with creativity, curiosity, and joy. Family-friendly games and activities designed to help you see that each color is more than a specific energy of light waves, but an emotion filled with history and wisdom. Dance your heart out on the illuminated dance floors. And as you dive into the giant ball pit (adults welcome) you’ll find that the colors seep through the exhibit, and into your heart -energizing you to keep exploring your life through an artistic lens. What’s unique? An unparalleled experience like no other, you’ll get the option to go completely hands-free (psst. that means your phone takes a back seat). Throughout the many photographic experiences, pictures will be taken for you and immediately transmitted to your email. An unexpected change to focus solely on your present surroundings. To sum it up... As you journey through this 16-room experience, you’ll be moved by all the ways the everyday presence of color upgrades and enhances our lives. Long after leaving you’ll be filled with a sense of wonder, pondering many of life's deepest questions, among others “What should I caption this photo?” Name on tickets must match at least 1 participant who will be attending event
    Color Factory

    251 Spring St, New York

    • 16 installations to invite curiosity, discovery & play
    • Connect with NYC in a unique, colorful new way
    • Engage all of your senses in unexpected ways
    • All ages are welcome. Children under 2 enter free
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    373 positive reviews
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    Brooklyn Bridge Walking Tour

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    So you're thinking about staying in to watch a movie but can't decide what to watch -- "A Walk to Remember"? "Walk the Line"? "Walking Tall"? It sounds like you've got something else on your mind. Scratch that itch! Join Unlimited Biking for an incredible walking tour that explores the beauty and history of lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. As you travel at an easy pace, your guide will point out the historic areas of Olde New York, such as Wall Street and the Trinity Church. Next you'll walk around the area of South Street Seaport, an area central to the immigrant narratives of the 19th and 20th centuries. Get a taste of history as you pass by City Hall and Chinatown. And remember to bring your camera: there will be spectacular view from the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. Sign up and you'll be walking on sunshine!
    Brooklyn Bridge Walking Tour

    38 Park Row, New York

    • Explore the beauty of lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn bridge on a 2-hour walking tour
    • Begin at the Olde New York hotspots and end at the South Street Seaport
    • Discover a history that began in the early 17th century
    • Get some exercise while you tour!
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    New York TV & Movie Sites Tour

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    Did you know NYC is the world's most filmed city? Everyone from Crocodile Dundee to Jerry Seinfeld, that group of Friends, and even the Muppets took their film credits here. Now, it's time for you to witness the inspiration for "Devil Wears Prada" or "that one coffee shop from Friends." With over forty film locations, On Location Tours will take you to some of the iconic spots in Hollywood history. View the Flatiron Building from Godzilla, and the FAO Schwartz from Breakfast at Tiffany's. This tour guarantees to be a memorable experience for everybody involved. Don't forget your camera!
    New York TV & Movie Sites Tour

    Times Square, New York

    • Visit popular spots from Friends including the gangs apartment building
    • Stroll through Washington Square Park featured in Isn’t it Romantic, Someone Great, Glee, The Mindy Project, and When Harry Met Sally, etc.
    • Catch a glimpse of the hotels featured in Ocean’s 8, Modern Family, American Hustle and The Sopranos
    • Pass the Dundler Mifflin Paper Company and other locations from The Office
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    Master Your Camera Controls

    Some moments you want to capture forever -- your finger over the sunset ain't one of them. So it turns out that fancy new Digital SLR Camera you bought is actually just a rubix cube without all the pretty colors. Lucky for you, the solution is a snap. Develop your photography skills with Digital Photo Academy! Master the art of digital photography during this workshop class and by the time you're done, things will start to click -- mainly your camera. You'll learn about your camera's essential functions from an experienced photographer and get tips on on how to improve your shot. You'll be the center of attention, with a maximum of five students per session. This class is so perfect, it might just deserve a photoshoot of its own. Get the picture?
    Master Your Camera Controls

    18 Westage Dr, New York

    • Learn to use the basic functions of your Digital SLR Camera
    • Get insights and tips from a trained photographer who will help you every step of the way
    • Enjoy a small class size with lots of personalized attention
    • Take your photography skills to an all new level and make every snap shot picture perfect
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