Visiting Boston on Last Day of Vacation
The city of Boston can be very confusing to the people who have never been there, but like every other city it can be very simple to the people who live and work there. I would say that we spent a good hour just driving around the city trying to find a place to park because most every parking garages that we came by were full. After finding a place to park we decided to use the subway and the taxi boats to get us to the locations that we wanted to see the most. The image above was taken while we were on the taxi boat, the boat gave us a good view of the city and all of the sailboats and yahts that were ancored just offshore.
Boston is a very interesting and historical city that I wouldn't mind visiting again. I would definitely need to stay more than a day to experience and photograph all of the great scenes that Boston can provide.
While shooting in the city I primarily used a Tamron 17-50mm F/2.8 VR lens. I shot with this lens because I was planning on using one of the images from Boston in a photo contest that is run by the lens company. The lens is overall a very good lens but I did have some problems with lens flare, barrel distortion and chromatic aberration. I recommend if you are looking for a good medium range telephoto to save up for the nicer and better built Tamron 24-70mm F/2.8 VR. I have had great success with the 24-70mm.
If you like the pics or have ever been to Boston and had a great or not so great experience let me know about it in the comments.
Keywords: Boston, Massachusetts, Tamron, architecture, boat, building, city, landscape, review, vacation
I am a family portrait and real estate photographer based out of Akron and Canton Ohio. I love what I do and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences to those who care. Throughout this blog you can read all about my photographic adventures whether its from a current body of work or vacations with my family.
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