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The City that Never Sleeps.

Manhattan is one of the great meccas of the world for photography. From state of the art skyscrapers, to historic architecture, to hidden gems tucked away on side streets, there are endless subjects to photograph around every street corner. Join Joe Thomas as he explores some of his favorite areas to photograph and shares expert tips to inspire you to create your own amazing photos.

Discover hidden gems and explore important landmarks as you train your eye on one of the most unique and photogenic places in the world.

Wall Street

Taken from Federal Hall

World Trade Center

Taken from 139 Fulton Street

Fulton Station

Taken from The Fulton Center

Oculus & WTC

Taken from 50 Church Street

Oculus Exterior

Taken from 50 Church Street

Oculus Interior

Taken from 50 Church St

Tiny’s

Taken from 134 West Broadway

Staple Street

Taken from 2 Staple Street

FDNY Ladder 8

Taken from 18 Varick Street

Soho Facades

Taken from 490 Broadway

Cobble Stone Street

Taken from 56 Greene Street

Washington Square Park

Taken from Washington Square Park

Gay Street

Taken from 5 Gay Street

Jefferson Library

Taken from 1 Milligan Place

West 15th Skywalk

Taken from The High Line

High Line

Taken from The High Line

High Line 23rd Street

Taken from The High Line

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Joe’s work is marked by his ability to capture details that show new perspectives of both lesser known and iconic locations.

Photographer Joe Thomas
hosts the virtual tour.

Joe Thomas is an urban landscape and travel photographer based in New York City. With a passion for exploration, Joe’s curiosity has led him to create work across all seven continents. His clients have ranged from non-profits to luxury hotels in Asia, Europe, and North America–including the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and the Four Seasons and Fairmont hotels. Joe’s work is marked by his ability to capture details that show new perspectives of both lesser known and iconic locations. His work has been recognized in publications such as the Washington Post, Boston Globe and Suitcase Magazine.

Adobe Photowalk Manhattan Map

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The sweepstakes has ended but you can still take a walk.

The PhotoWalk sweepstakes is over but the site will be up until May 31, 2019. If you're in the neighborhood, take a walk. You'll learn new skills and develop your eye. And be sure to post your images to Adobe PhotoWalk so others can check out your work.

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. The Adobe PhotoWalk Sweepstakes is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States (and DC) who are at least eighteen (18) years old at the time of entry. Sweepstakes starts on April 10, 2019 at 5:01 PM EST and ends on June 30, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST. For Official Rules visit the Sweepstakes Rules page. Void where prohibited. Sponsored by Adobe Systems Incorporated, 345 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95110.

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