Photographer Creates Stunning NYC Nighttime Photography Series

This is New York City as you’ve never seen it before–rather, as you’ve never seen it photographed before.

Multi-award winning photographer Franck Bohbot has created “Light On”, a nighttime photography series featuring NYC street corners after hours. The series, which took nearly two years to produce, centers everything from landmarks such as the Apollo Theater and Katz’s Deli to anonymous laundromats and storefronts as the symbols of New York’s constant vivacity.

The photos evoke feelings of grandeur and romanticism, drawing from Bohbot’s background in cinema.

Be sure to follow Franck Bohbot on his website, Facebook, Instagram and Behance for more.

Maggie Jeffers

Maggie Jeffers

Contributing Writer

Maggie is a recent graduate of Vassar College, where she majored in English and learned that she has no tolerance for the Poughkeepsie cold. She loves all things related to food, TV, movies, and music, and enjoys playing the violin and surfing the web in her spare time.

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