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From gorgeous skylines and jaw-dropping aerials to hidden treasures, this timely collection showcases 300 striking images of NYC by more than 40 acclaimed Instagram photographers. New York City has become the most photographed city in the world on Instagram, and at no time has its humming energy been more passionately and extensively captured than right now. This first-of-its-kind book brings the Instagram experience into a beautifully curated collection that reveals New York City in a vivid, new light—whether it's dramatic views of must-see icons like the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge, or glimpses of quintessential city moments like “Manhattanhenge” and autumn in Central Park.
The featured photographers, who range from hobbyists to professionals and collectively have millions of followers on Instagram, have made names for themselves through their distinctive styles and perspectives; together, their work paints a unique portrait of New York City rediscovered in the age of Instagram. Complementing the spectacular photography are lists for “Most Instagram-Worthy Spots” and “Most Instagram-Worthy Events”—the perfect guides for both photo enthusiasts and urban adventurers seeking to explore the sights featured in the book. For anyone with a love of New York City, this book will be both a keepsake and a source of wonder and inspiration.
About the Author
Dan Kurtzman is a writer and photographer who specializes in landscape and travel photography. On Instagram he has built popular followings in both New York and San Francisco on his @wildnewyork, @wildbayarea, and @wildcalifornia_ community accounts, where he showcases the beautiful and inspiring work of some of Instagram’s most talented artists. His own photography can be seen on Instagram at @dankurtzmanphotography and on his website www.dankurtzman.com.
"For the New Yorker with 2,000 followers: New York City on Instagram, edited by Dan Kurtzman, is an idiosyncratic 21st-century collection in blazing color."
— The New York Times
"New media and old meet within the pages of Rizzoli's New York City on Instagram, which takes some of the best images online and preserves the photos in a hardbound book. New twists on old scenes are found throughout the book, which was clearly put together to honor a social medium that has revolutionized photography by making it more accessible."
— ABC-TV New York