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About Us2017-02-16T11:58:03-05:00

BORN TO GIVE TOURS OF A LIFETIME AND SHOOT THE WORLD AROUND US

We are specialized in Portrait Photography, Architectural Photography, Commercial Photography, Engagement Photography, Event Photography, Family Portrait Photography, Nature Photography, Pet Photography, Real Estate Photography and Sports Photography.
Our Guided Historic Tours offer accurate Historic Facts; we study and research relentlessly all the historic facts related to each area that we tour.

Always Searching For The Best Shot

Hi I am Jean-Louis. I grew up in a small town in the heart of Provence, France surrounded by lavender and sunflower fields. I learned photography at an early age when films had to be developed in dark rooms. I lived in Paris for a while and then moved to the Boston area where I started my own business. I have a passion for photography and always thrive to get the best result no matter what the obstacles.
To me Photography is an Art. And as such it goes beyond camera’s settings and proper adjustments. It’s most important elements are Lighting, Composition, Mood, Posing and Expression.

Landscapes 88
Wildlife 93
Business 98
Lifestyle 84
“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”
ANSEL ADAMS
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.”
ERNST HASS
“Black and white are the colors of photography. They symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is subjected.”
ROBERT FRANK

OLD SOUTH MEETING HOUSE

This historic church building was built in 1729. Yearly anniversary meetings of the Boston Massacre were held at this church until 1775. Most notable speakers include John Hancock and Joseph Warren. Britain’s debt doubled following the war against France. The thirteen colonies seemed to be an easy source of revenue. On May 10, 1773, the British government passed the Tea Act which introduced arbitrary taxes and granted the East Indian Company a monopoly on the tea trade.

BOSTON MASSACRE

On March 5th, 1770 five male civilians were murdered and six others were injured on this site by the British during what is known as the Boston Massacre. John Adams, the cousin of the Revolutionary leader Samuel Adams wrote "the foundation of American independence was laid on March 5, 1770".

OLD NORTH CHURCH

The steeple was the highest point on the highest ground in the city of Boston, so that when both lanterns were lid by Robert Newman on April 18 1775, they were seen very well and alarmed the Patriots in Charlestown that the British were advancing by boat across the Charles River. “one if by land, and two if by sea”, poem immortalized by Longfellow.

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