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How This Instagrammer Captured The Soul Of NYC

How This Instagrammer Captured The Soul Of NYC

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Updated: 11 February 2016
Anthony Quintano is a travel photographer who has done what many have tried to do, capture the soul of New York. He worked with Good Morning America and NBC News, traveling around the country. From beach volleyball downtown to breathtaking cityscapes, Quintano can do it all.

 

Throwback to 2014, before the big ball dropped. This big ball was getting all dressed up for it’s big debut on national television to welcome the New Year

 

From time to time, Quintano spotlights people like Sophie, who is a food photographer and part of lifestyle blog Double Dipping. No New York spotlight would be complete without a backdrop of Manhattan’s skyline

One World Trade is a recent but welcomed addition to the Manhattan skyline with interesting angles and lots and lots of glass

 

The show must go on at Radio City Music Hall on a rainy evening in the city

 

Oh say can you see the statue of liberty, fireworks, and the Manhattan skyline. It’s all very patriotic.

The Association of Volleyball Professionals New York City Open is a sight to be seen with sand, skyline, and overcast skies

 

With the help of New York On-Air, Quintano is able to capture the city from great heights and from a helicopter.

Again with the help of New York On-Air, Quintano shows the emotional power behind the Tribute Lights for the Twin Towers on the 9/11 Anniversary all from the sky