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Photographer's Guide to Cape Cod & the Islands | Photographing Boston - Where to Find Perfect Shots | Photographing Massachusetts                                                                                                      The city of Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is home to numerous places to photograph. But in addition to gorgeous architecture, the state has many natural beauties that are worth taking the time to photograph as well.Massachusetts is the third most densely populated state in the country with two-thirds of the state's population living in Boston. The good news for photographers is this leaves a lot of uninhabited land to explore so you can avoid the crowds once you escape the city. Massachusetts is even home to the Griffin Photography Museum which is a gallery of photos to get you inspired. You'll even find photography workshops offered. There are also plenty of sporting events to attend if you enjoy photography. Massachusetts is home to many big time sports teams including the Boston Red Sox, the New England Patriots, the Boston Celtics, the Boston Bruins, the Boston Breakers, the Boston Blazers, the Boston Derby Dames, the Boston Rugby Football Club and more. Boston is home to just about every sport you would want to photograph from basketball to soccer and rugby to roller derby.

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    Boston Skyline

    Boston has a gorgeous, nicely lit skyline and is definitely worth photographing. Almost everyone who has photographed the city skyline has done so from the Massachussetts Avenue bridge. Although the bridge offers a great view of the skyline, there are plenty of other places to shot from. Here are some more places to photograph the Boston […]

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    Aquinnah Cliffs and Gay Head Lighthouse

    The famous Gay Head Lighthouse sits atop the clay Aquinnah Cliffs.The clay is ecologically protected so no one is allowed to touch or climb the clay cliffs. The beach below, called Jungle Beach, is a nude beach but has unique, bright blue color and occasional high waves. Aquinnah itself is a small town on the […]

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    Cape Cod

    Most photographers who visit Cape Cod are tourists. And with limited time you’ll need to find all the great spots to photograph quickly. There are a few ways to make sure you make the most of your visit: Sign-up for a Cape Cod Photography Tour. There are many great photographer’s who will guide you to the best places […]

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    Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge

    The Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge may just be one of the neatest bridges to photograph. Boston’s newest landmark, the Zakim bridge, is the widest cable-stay bridge in the world. It’s a great place for photographing car lights, views of the city and even portraits! To get some good shots try going underneath the bridge […]

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    Harvard University

    Harvard University is one of the top Universities, and most well known, in the nation and in the world. As many know, it’s a private, Ivy league University that is the oldest school of higher learning in the nation having been started in 1636. The hard part about photographing Harvard University is that it’s 11 […]

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    South Haven Lighthouse

    The South Haven Lighthouse on Lake Michigan stands 37-feet tall since its construction in 1871. Originally built of wood, the lighthouse was rebuilt using steel in 1903. The lighthouse stands atop of 1200-foot pier that overlooks the lake. The higher tracks that lead to the lighthouse were built to allow the keeper to access the […]