Photographing Boston: Where to Find Perfect Shots and How to Take Them (The Photographer's Guide) (Paperback)
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From historic and iconic Beantown bravado to modern skyscrapers and urban scenery and greenery, this guide offers more than 100 Boston photo opportunities.
Beginners, avid amateurs, and seasoned pros alike will appreciate the wide array of photography subjects and themes covered in The Photographer’s Guide to Boston. Conveniently and logically organized by neighborhood, you’ll visit the Freedom Trail, the Emerald Necklace, Beacon Hill, the North End, Back Bay, the Fens, and South Boston, along with many other photogenic historic and modern sites. Author Steven Howell has created the perfect photographer’s travel companion.
About the Author
Ever since owning his first camera, a Kodak Pocket Instamatic 110, Steven Howell has been an avid photographer. He has covered Montreal arts and entertainment for the Plattsburgh Press-Republican since 1995 and for the Montreal Gazette from 2003 to 2007 and is the author of Explorer's Guide Montreal and Quebec City: A Great Destination, Great Escapes: Long Island, The Photographer's Guide to New York City and The Photographer's Guide to Boston. He divides his time between Plattsburgh, NY, and Montreal, Canada.