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If you live in New York, you will see more of the northern sky, and see the spin point of the north part of the axis, but you will not be able to see the southern spin point because you are above the equator.
Now, you're off topic. The topic of the thread is about Astrophotography, not Earth's motion, shape or rotation. If you'd like to discuss that: make a thread about it.
The Earth's movement around the Sun is so slow compared to the distance it has to travel, with celestial objects being so far away, that one does not need to compensate for it. The movement is so slow in comparison that in order to need to compensate for it would require so many hours that the Earth will have rotated more than once before that need arises.