Commercial Photography in Boston really does carry the same great importance as it does in other locations. After all, no matter where clients are located, they are expecting that the commercial photographer they hire will have extensive experience in the field. That experience, coupled with creativity and technical photography skills, allows experts such as myself, to provide our clients with photos that let their company’s image, products and services stand out from the crowd. It is, in fact, one of the things I enjoy most about commercial photography – the opportunity to deliver to my clients a set of pictures that truly embody the concepts and objectives they had in mind when they first hired me.What I bring to the table when I engage in Commercial Photography in Boston are skills I have honed over the years, through extensive travel and multiple assignments. My work is positively influenced by having worked in so many different countries and cultures. I have also been exposed to the wide range of needs clients have in terms of commercial photography. For some clients, the requirements are to photograph products, equipment or manufacturing processes. For others, the task requires the photographer to be out in the field with their workers and associates showing the nitty-gritty of what it takes to get the job done. The photo above is a good case in point. It shows Alicia Xicota Viñé (yellow shirt) of Barcelona, Spain. She is helping to carry buckets of soil from the end of the Cursus to be sifted. Cursuses are ancient structures that archeologists believe were constructed from as far back as 3400 BCE. Quite often, through excavation, many important artefacts can be found in a cursus. These help to explain its purpose and to shed some light on the way of life of the builders.Keywords: anthropology (3), archaeology (3), bluestones (3), durrington walls (3), Excavation (3), hills (3), neolithic (3), parker pearson (3), preseli (3), stonehenge (3), woodhenge (3).