I called Photo Walk the night before I wanted to go and she met me at a time that was convenient for me. I ended up getting a personal tour. I learned a great deal about the city and she showed me places to take pictures that I never would have found. I improved my photography skills, took some great pictures, and learned more about Boston. The $25 for the tour will give me priceless souvenir pictures from my trip (way more meaningful that a poster or a t-shirt from the city). I had a great time!
This is not something that has "thousands of tickets" (bad review confused)
These are very personal tours with a local photographer. Who was willing to do a one person tour on a 20 degree Boston day and tell me wonderful bits of info about Beacon Hill. She will help you take shots that might be on you wall not just a website or box of snapshots.
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