Becoming an accomplished Boston Editorial Photographer requires heaps of talent backed by a firm grasp of technical photography skills. There is something more to it, however, as good editorial photography repeatedly benefits from the legwork you do before a shoot. The vast majority of the time, researching the theme, person or entity in the story that the photos are destined to accompany will provide you with valuable information. That information can influence how, when and where you set up the photoshoot. A really good Boston Editorial Photographer may request to read the article beforehand so as to gain that insight. It helps me to better combine my creativity and sound knowledge of the elements of a perfect editorial shot with the objectives my client has in mind. That way, I can come up with picture perfect results every time. It’s all a part of great storytelling in Boston, and Boston has certainly had some great stories to tell! From the Boston Tea Party to the Battle of Bunker Hill, many tales of the American Revolution were written in this historic city. It undoubtedly holds a very special place in any account of the birth and growth of a very special nation. Much of Boston’s intriguing accomplishments have been chronicled in various local and national newspapers and magazines. Similarly intriguing stories can be found in other locations around the world, and my camera and I have had the experience of travelling to many countries to be a part of the storytelling process. An illustration of that is this photo which shows Franco Frattini, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, left, and His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs, UAE. In the center is Mahmoud Jibril, who was, at the time, the interim Prime Minister of Libya. The occasion is the signing an agreement which recognizes the National Transitional Council.