PhotoWalks Boston Coupons and Deals
Slake your lust for photography -- and express your love of the hub -- with today's deal from PhotoWalks. Pay $15 ($30 value) for a historic walking photo tour of Boston. Meet up with your guide and fellow shutterbugs for a one-of-a-kind, 90-minute tour of the city after choosing one of five tour locations: explore the timeless, cobbled streets of Beacon Hill; capture the unique architecture of Back Bay; wander amongst the greenery of the Public Garden; discover the history behind the Freedom Trail; or grab panoramic pictures of the boats sliding across the Boston Harbor at the Waterfront. (Check the tour schedule online, then sign up for your desired tour with your voucher number after purchasing.) Or, challenge yourself when you register for a photo scavenger hunt. Pay $17 ($35 value) for the Beacon Hill and Back Bay tour on April 14, or pay $20 ($40) to start sleuthing during the Public Garden and Esplanade tour on May 19 or the North End and Waterfront tour on June 9. Starting at 11 a.m. on your chosen day, compete with other teams to be the first to snap pics of various memorable spots around Boston within a three-hour timeframe.
A booklet on creative photography helps tourists capture crisp images as they pass the Custom House building and other sites on the harbor
The Fine Print
One experience may be redeemed per person, up to four more may be purchased as gifts. Reservations required at least 48 hours in advance. Subject to availability and weather. Must be 18 years or age or older unless accompanied by an adult. Bring your own camera. Voucher expires May 31, 2013.
Do you try to play off fuzzy images by claiming you were going for a soft focus? Fib no more with this 90-minute photo walking tour of Boston. Your professional photographer guide will teach you about image composition, how to use available light, and field of focus so that your images go from humdrum to awesome. In the fall and winter, tour Back Bay, Beacon Hill, or the Freedom Trail for a firsthand glimpse of Boston's history. In the spring, along with these tours you can head out to the Public Garden or the Waterfront for postcard-worthy panoramas. Whether you're working to master your new DSLR or just want to keep your fingers out of the frame, your photos (and your calves!) are sure to benefit from this exhilarating class.