Cityscapes, bridges, the subway, portraits, sometimes gritty, sometimes glamorous.
Daniel Krieger will make you want to lick your phone as he shoots everything from carbonara pizzas on the Bowery to mini-muffins at Dominique Ansel’s bakery.
Jeff Silberman captures the NYC skyline, landscape, street art and the essence of the city.
This guy is doing some incrediable street photography, capturing the more eerie side of the city.
Global aerial content company shoots the likes of Lady Liberty, the Hudson River and Central Park from the viewpoint of a helicopter.
Teenager Humza Deas scales bridges, buildings and explores subway tunnels for the most daring of shots.
Sam Horine captures the life we live day-to-day in NYC.
Erica Choi, Digital Art Director at Barneys New York, has an account as stylish as her job title.
140-something & Willis. South Bronx, 2012.
Unique, raw and artistic look at street scenes in the city.
Anthony shoots mostly candid shots of people walking around the city.
This account is all about glitz, glamour and romance.