citifaria - fall 2012


It’s official! We have launched our new Soho photo tour! The Soho tour pays tribute to the famous Cast Iron District and its timeless architecture. Houston Street, Greene Street, Spring Street, you will learn to take pictures which broadcast the charming atmosphere of Soho. Moreover, you will discover Soho through the evolution of its architecture that makes this neighborhood so unique!

Join us for 2 ½ hour of pure photo fun. Make your reservation at and for a limited time, use the discount code CITIFARER for 10% off. Check more Soho pictures on our gallery at:


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... Armagan Portakal whose picture “Transformation of light” was selected for the GFK photo contest. Armagan lives in Istanbul and is passionate about New York and photography. She takes this incredible view of UN building during citifari’s night tour in June. Amargan’s picture has been selected for a special 2013 calendar published by GFK throughout Turkey.
We thank her again for sharing this with us and encourage you, citifarers to check whether your pictures can do as well as Armagan’s! Read the full Story


Finally, the fall has arrived to the City: it is the season of the colorful foliage trees! You’ve waited all year to enjoy this magical time and explore Central Park with citifari’s experts. We will show you incredible view to shot and teach you how to capture the particular soft light of the fall.
Make your reservation at Check more Central Park pictures on our gallery at:


Take the opportunity to learn about, explore and experience NYC’s built environment by participating to the 10th annual Open House New York weekend on October 6 & 7. Don’t forget your camera during OHNY Weekend! Capture your OHNY adventure and submit your best photo for the Focus on Architecture Photo Competition. We specially recommend you “The High Line at the Rail Yards”, “The Standard New York” and “the One Museum Mile” as the best places to shot great pictures.
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