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Common Types of Video Production in New York
- Corporate video productions
- Event video productions
- Films (feature length and shorts)
- Music videos
- TV commercials
- Social media video productions
- Youtube Video productions
- Product review videos
- Viral marketing advertisements
- Video interviews
- Tutorial Videos
New York Video Production Locations
New York City’s skyline is the benchmark for city defining architecture and infrastructure. Manhattan’s buildings exemplify a silhouette that is at once recognizable and downright enthralling. In fact, “The City that Never Sleeps” boasts over 200 buildings that measure 500 feet or taller. You can soak up the skyline’s splendor from the observation decks atop the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock and One World Trade Center. The One World Trade Center is now the tallest building in New York City as well as the western hemisphere standing at 1,776 feet. Undeniably, there is a great deal of emotion and history attached to the site, while the building signals to the original World Trade Center. The Empire State building was the tallest in NYC from its completion in 1931 until 1972.
Central Park, on top of being the most visited urban park in the United States as well as one of the most visited tourist attractions around the globe, is also quite remarkably the most filmed location in the world beating out Venice Beach and other top spots in Hollywood. Central park is a wonderful place to experience nature and serves as a breath of fresh air for those seeking respite from the constant bustle of the city. This world renown park is perfect for filming during any season.
The historic Brooklyn Bridge transverses the East River from Manhattan to Brooklyn and is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. Completed in 1883, with its suspension cables and Gothic arches, was the world’s first suspension bridge. There is a wooden plank walkway open to cyclists and pedestrians that spans above the traffic lanes. You’ll be able to capture stunning views of Manhattan, the East River and even beyond to the Statue of Liberty.
Times Square, situated at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan is a world renown commercial intersection and entertainment center that has become especially popular for tourists. Times Square is one of those swarming locations that has become synonymous with New York. The district and intersection is brightly lit up with billboards and screens in the evening, but is an exhilarating place during the day too.