Boston Portrait Photographers

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The Top Boston Portrait Photographers, 2019

Browse these top-rated Portrait photographers from Boston, MA.

Portrait photographer in Boston
Adam R.
Boston
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Born and raised in Boston, I fell in love with photography in highschool over 10 years ago and have practiced ever since. I love travel and have traveled to over 35 countries taking photographs.I particularly enjoy telling stories with my photography to communicate an impactful message to my audience.

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Simon P.
Boston
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Simon Pan is an experienced professional photographer who has worked with many clients and customers in Boston for over 7 years. He specialized in portrait, wedding, food, event photography.

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Sam M.
Boston
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Sam Moore is an enthusiastic and lifelong photographer who has worked as a newspaper editor, a portrait photographer, and a darkroom technician. He studied photography at Tulane University, and went on to shoot full time for the Martha's Vineyard Times in Massachusetts. He specializes in portraiture, but has worked frequently as a wedding and event photographer. His passion is for a well constructed and true-to-subject portrait, with a preference for strong natural light and settings.

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Eliza d.
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Eliza duPont is relatively new to the field of photography, however she has worked with a variety of clients doing a range of jobs including wedding, proposal, event, portraiture, and commercial photography. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a bachelor of arts in psychology and studio art with a focus in photography. She is now a full time graduate student in Boston, however continues to make time for photography.

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Thomas T.
Boston
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Thomas Townsend is a Greater Boston area professional photographer who specializes in Wedding, Events, Custom Portraits and head-shots. Although his primary focus is on portraiture, he also has experience in commercial, sports and real estate photography, having been hired by a number of local establishments in the Boston and New York.

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Brian H.
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Brian Hammonds is an experienced international photographer who specializes in the travel, lifestyle, and fashion genres. He has over 8 years of professional experience and his pursuit of beauty has seen him travel to and photograph 55 countries on 5 continents so far. His well-honed aesthetic sensibilities allow him to create images that are tasteful and engaging. His knowledge of current fashion and design trends help him to capture modern, stylish imagery.

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How did you get started with photography

Many years ago, as I sat opposite an advisor who was helping me “get going” in adulthood, we got off topic and he asked a question: “If your house was on fire, and all your loved ones and any pets were out safely, and you could only go back to save one more thing, what would it be?” I don’t recall what my answer was, but he responded “My photographs, as they are irreplaceable”. That statement about the value of photographs has stayed with me since. I was the “family and friends” photographer, but was never a “camera geek” growing up. I never had a “real” camera until a few years ago, when I bought my first interchangeable-lens camera (DSLR). Later that year, our oldest daughter was getting married. She had a wedding photographer, but my wife asked me to take some photos at the reception after he had gone. Armed with my camera and first hot-shoe flash, I proceeded to take a bunch of photos that really were not very good. It was painfully apparent I had no understanding of indoor flash photography. Instead of discouragement, I felt mad, but in a way which motivated me to find out what I was doing wrong. I searched the Internet and read on-line forums; I took a couple of seminars; I read a LOT of books by famous photographers. With my desire to grow as a photographer, I started volunteering for different causes, and eventually photographed a couple of events for the local PBS station (WGBH). It was during these events I got hooked on Event Photography. At one of the events, a caterer who was there asked if he could see some of the photos I took of his crew, which I sent off to him a couple of days later. He wrote back, and asked if I was available to photograph an event they were catering. It was a huge confidence booster for me and my developing skills.

What do you love about your job?

I feel I have an excellent ability for capturing the essence and feeling of an event through candid and posed photos. My friendly and outgoing personality put people at ease when I ask to take their photograph. I am a very patient photographer, and will wait for the right moment for that perfect candid photo. All of this leads to the important end result: my photographs tell the story of the event from beginning to end in the way the client wants it. There are few things better than taking great photos of people enjoying themselves at an event. I have always been an outgoing and sociable person, so interacting with the people I am photographing is very enjoyable to me.

What are some of your favorite places in Boston to take photographs?

Faneuil Hall area because of the impressive buildings; Boston Harbor area and the surrounding public spaces.

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Boston Portrait Photography Statistics

Average Portrait job star rating5.0
Boston Portrait photography jobs per day464
Average length of Portrait photography job (hours)1.5
Portrait Photos taken per hour in Boston1,739
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