Top 4 Best Places To Take Pictures In NYC
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Top 4 Best Places To Take Pictures In NYC

Some of my favorite spots in NYC to take pictures for the gram!

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Top 4 Best Places To Take Pictures In NYC
Jenna Weigard

As someone who loves Instagram, I love finding new places in NYC to take pictures! It can be challenging at times but throughout my time living here I've found some really good spots. Here are some of my favorite places in NYC to take pictures:

1. Sutton Place

This little area East of Manhattan is absolutely adorable. I came here the other day with my friends to take some pictures and it was absolutely stunning especially since we had a snow day. There aren't many tourists in this neighborhood so it's great for pictures!

2. SoHo

If you follow me on Instagram you probably know how much I love SoHo. It's honestly my favorite area in NYC to take pictures. The architecture is unbelievable and the colors are so vibrant. The only con is that there are a lot of tourists especially during the summer but it's totally worth going for the gram! I love love love SoHo.

3. The West Village

The West Village is also another one of my favorite areas to take pictures in NYC. There are so many Brownstones for the perfect aesthetic. I took pictures with my friends when it was raining out and pretty gloomy but the pictures turned out so amazing! One of my favorite photoshoots ever.

4. The Flatiron District

The Flatiron building will always be one of my favorites. It could be snowing or raining and that area always looks stunning. I love coming here and getting a gelato from Eataly. Sometimes I even take pictures with it!

These are just a few of my favorite places to take pictures in NYC. If you're ever in the city you should definitely check them out!

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