Beautiful sunny morning with Martha and Simon at Brooklyn bridge.
Located in New York City, this is one of the oldest cable-stayed and suspension bridges in the United States connecting Brooklyn and Manhattan, so the most popular location for photoshoting. More than 4,000 pedestrians and 3,100 cyclists go across the Brooklyn Bridge on a daily basis. For years, the Brooklyn Bridge has been undergoing repainting and repair. But it can not stop a flow of tourists and photographers. Usually Brooklyn Bridge is a very crowded area. The only time when you can propose there is on early morning. We planned it on 8 am and it was almost no people.
As usual, I shot and recommend five the most successful spots for making photos of this construction. First of all, lovely couples against the Manhattan Skyline. They may kiss or just hold hands – all shots look magnificent. This is also a great idea for a panoramic photo, especially at sunrise or sunset. It is also a great location for a nice group shot on special occasions, such as with a bridal party all in tuxedos and gowns.
Another place is against the Background of an Archway, as we with Martha and Simon have done. Do not forget about the midway on the Bridge, Harbor Side. This is also good place in front of the Brooklyn Bridge Historic Sign. Both amateur and professional photographers tend to flock to DUMBO’s Washington Street to take shots like this, as it is known to be one of the most popular spots. Statue of Liberty and Skyline, as we planned with Martha and Simon, but chose another ideas. This can include shots of the boats and barges, the Manhattan Bridge, the Empire State Building, and the smaller Chrysler Building. I thank this lovely sweethearts for these nice day and good work!