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by Adam Kuban, 07/09/2013

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  • Grand Central from the Floor
    One of the tips for creating bold, interesting photos that Zim Pham of New York Photo Safari gave us was to shoot from extreme angles—either up high or down low. For most of us—unless we’re on the Top of the Rock or the Empire State Building (which we’ll get to in a bit)—going low is easier. And when you’re trying to capture the interior and grandeur of Grand Central Terminal, it might be the only way to go. Shoot low to the floor, as in this photo, and you can take in both the clock above the central information kiosk and a large portion of the sweeping ceiling that depicts the signs of the zodiac.

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