Take your creative skills to the next level in an advanced PhotoWalks photography summer class!
Find out what your camera can teach you.™
Advance reservations required. Space is limited for a more personalized experience.
The PhotoWalks Guide to Successful Photography is included in the tour price. This e-booklet provides valuable information on maximizing your photography skills and user-friendly explanations of camera settings for night photography.
*Dates subject to change.
Imagine bubbles floating in the air forming transparent shapes over landmarks in Back Bay and Copley Square. Learn proper settings to capture fun and super creative pictures. There will be plenty of photo opportunities for adults to photograph “bubble portraits” of their children.
Price: $50 Adult, $25 Youth (10-17), Children under 10 are free
Meeting Point: outside the front entrance of the Boston Public Library on Dartmouth St.
Experience the Seaport District through the lens of a camera! Capture iconic pictures of Boston’s skyline in the Seaport district as we walk along Fan Pier, Fort Point Channel. We’ll also experience the lofty scenic views from the observation deck at Independence Wharf.
Meeting Point: outside the entrance of Independence Wharf Building – corner of 470 Atlantic Ave. & Seaport Blvd
Starting at the MIT Stata Center, we’ll explore and capture the eclectic architecture of this fascinating complex from various angles. Next, it’s on to Memorial Drive to capture panoramic images of Boston’s iconic skyline across the Charles River. Picture-perfect photo opportunities abound.
Meeting Point: large red sculpture outside Stata Center complex
Marblehead is one of MA’s prettiest towns nestled into a charming seaside village. As we walk along the narrow, meandering streets, we’ll capture pictures of the most colorful colonial homes. We’ll also explore Crocker Park and photograph the best views of Marblehead Harbor.
Meeting Point: outside of the Flores Mantilla Flower Shop – 164 Washington St.
The South End near Back Bay has come a long way since its start as a narrow strip of land. Today, this hip, trendy and culturally diverse neighborhood has pricey brownstones, beautiful architectural details and charming tree-lined streets. Photo opportunities are everywhere you look.
Meeting Point: corner of 46 Dartmouth St. & Warren Ave.