Create your own "postcards of Boston" and learn how to photograph the Public Garden's visual splendor using PhotoWalks' creative photography tips. Capture the colorful flowerbeds, statues, fountains and the legendary Swan Boats in the first botanical garden in America.
The Public Garden's meandering pathways leads us out to the Charles River Esplanade where scenic views of the Cambridge skyline are waiting to be discovered. (Some tours may end in Beacon Hill or Back Bay during peak spring season.)
Each Photowalks tour is designed to show locals and visitors alike the city's photo opportunities with instruction on creative composition skills.
Most tours are conducted in a small group setting for a more personalized experience. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Adults: $40 | Youth (10-17): $20 with paying adult.
PhotoWalks Guide to Creative Photography is included. This valuable e-booklet provides user-friendly information on capturing creative compositions and understanding various camera settings: aperture, shutter speed and white balance. And, for the curious and adventurous: how to use the manual setting on your camera!
Schedule: varies (May-Sept.) Please check calendar.
Duration: 90 minutes.
Meeting Point: In front of th George Washington statue at the entrance of the Public Garden facing Arlington Street.
GW Statue ©2013 PhotoWalks
Train stop: Arlington Street (green line)
Parking: Boston Common Garage
For customized or group tours (with or without photo tips), please call: (617) 851-2273 or send an e-mail request to: firstname.lastname@example.org