Beauty of the North End: A visual feast for photographers.

Beauty of the North End: A visual feast for photographers.

The North End of Boston is best known for its place in history along the Freedom train. But there is far more to see and photography in this neighborhood. The food, the people, small streets all offer a peek into the Italian community of Boston. There are more restaurants per square foot in this section of Boston than anyplace else. Join us as we go off the tourist trek into the lesser known side streets of the North End to discover where the locals shop, eat, and greet each other.

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Beauty of Fort Point Channel: Abstract Architecture Photography Field Trip.

Beauty of Fort Point Channel: Abstract Architecture Photography Field Trip.

Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves. Julia Morgan
Come explore the art of seeing abstract architectural structures. During this field trip we will focus on the neighborhood of Fort Point Channel, the innovation district of Boston

 We will photograph sections of the Financial District and the Seaport District. These established and emerging districts face each other and are divided by the Fort Point Channel, which offers wonderful reflections of the buildings. 

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Beauty of Harvard Square: Street Photography Secrets

Beauty of Harvard Square: Street Photography Secrets

This field trip to Harvard Square will introduce you to a step by step method for gaining confidence in photographing people on the streets. This is a essential skill for travel photographers, family photographers, and anyone interested in capturing the ordinary moments of life in a way that tells a story.

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Beauty of Boston Financial District: Black and White Composition

Beauty of Boston Financial District: Black and White Composition

You are invited to join this photography field trip as we explore the structures, patterns and architecture of the financial district in down town Boston. This is a rarely photographed section of the city with many visual treasures. You can capture some unique images for sure. I have designed a waking tour that will give you the opportunity to photograph contemporary buildings and historic landmarks, big scenes and small details. Who knows what you will find. This area is perfect for creating dramatic black and white images.

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Beauty of Chinatown: Creative Compositions

Beauty of Chinatown: Creative Compositions

Boston's Chinatown is listed as one of the top 10 in the US. With authentic food, shops, and buildings, it makes a perfect photo field trip destination. The Chinatown gate with impressive foo lions on each side serves as the starting point for our adventure. We have been leading groups to this neighborhood for 5 years so know all the best spots for capturing the beauty of this communities culture in a non obtrusive way. We are always welcomed back again and again.  We look forward to sharing our knowledge of this Asian neighborhood with you.

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Beauty of the Hip and Historic South End of Boston

Beauty of the Hip and Historic South End of Boston

Discover the secret photos opportunities in the Hip and Historic South End. The South End is on the National Register of Historic places and is also home to hundreds of artists, offering a unique mix of history and creativity. I have lived in the South End for nearly 30 years so know all the good photo spots. We may also stop in a few artists studios along the way. If you know where to wander, you will find small shops with artizan goods, bakeries with goodies, and other delights.

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Beauty of Beacon Hill: Visual Treasure Hunt

Beauty of Beacon Hill: Visual Treasure Hunt

Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. – Matt Hardy
Join us as we explore the charming, historic, area of Boston known as Beacon Hill. We will focus on photographing the architectural details of this area packed with Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architectural treasures, antique shops and historic landmarks. This makes great practice for any traveling you may do where you want to capture the spirit of a place. What makes it unique? We will focus on the unique character of the lesser known streets and nooks.

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