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    New York at Night

    Myself and Art(gr82bart) have been discussing a "New york at night" shoot. Looks like it will take place at the end of October. - Jim

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    I might be interested. What areas are you looking to shoot?

    I've done some downtown and by the East River bridges and some around Madison Square Park of the various buildings they light at night (the old Met Life, ESB, etc).

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    At this point, all areas are a possibility. Just trying to get some interest going, then take it from there. - jim

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    Obviously I'm in. I've heard the meat packing district at night is cool - that's when they unload all the carcasses and stuff - should be neat to photograph. From there up and down the west side should be full of interesting places.

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    Unfortunately most of the meat-packing has moved out as night-clubs, restaurants, etc have moved in.

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    I suppose you could try Hunt's Point in the Bronx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    I suppose you could try Hunt's Point in the Bronx.
    What's at Hunt's Point?

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    http://www.huntspointcoopmkt.com/

    http://www.terminalmarkets.com/huntspoint.htm

    Also, the fish market moved up there from Fulton St. : http://www.huntspoint.com/Fulton_Fish_Market.htm

    Unfortunately, the organized crime, hookers, etc. moved with them. Not that it was a great neighborhood to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence View Post
    http://www.huntspointcoopmkt.com/

    http://www.terminalmarkets.com/huntspoint.htm

    Also, the fish market moved up there from Fulton St. : http://www.huntspoint.com/Fulton_Fish_Market.htm

    Unfortunately, the organized crime, hookers, etc. moved with them. Not that it was a great neighborhood to begin with.
    So it's a meat market...then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Wooten View Post
    So it's a meat market...then?
    Have you heard the one about the old blind man walking past the fish market . . . ?

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