My trip to Boston (part 1)

Boston, the mecca of education and history of the United States

Boston surprised me by its cultural diversity and as its history that brings a strong immigration culture component.

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All the historical scenarios of the United States begin here. And we visited it in the coldest time of the year, December.

With temperatures that reach -16 degrees C. it was an adventure to be able to endure with little experience in clothing and I opened more than 15 minutes walking in the streets of downtown Boston.

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Boston is a museum of sculptures and architecture, with a lot of history in every part of downtown Boston.

My goal was to take pictures of the best angle in each cultural scenario.

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My equipment are a Sony A7 that could withstand extreme climates including humid environments because it has a complicated system of closures and packaging that make it the best camera for Travel and a monopod. When you carry 20 pounds of clothes over the cold, it is preferable that your equipment is lighter to be able to walk more.

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You can say that The Sony A7 is a NightShoot Camera, since very few times I have needed a flash to think light.

If you want to see the complete Boston photoshoot travel series, you can find it in Shutterstock:

www.shutterstock.com/sets/72415286-boston-2017.html?rid=792886

Luis Villeda

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