Boost your creativity by surrounding yourself with creativity


As you might have read yesterday, Andrew and I drove up to Boston this past weekend. We went on the Sam Adams brewery tour, photowalked with a bunch of New Englanders around the Boston Harbor and a couple of Boston spots. We had a blast handing out with Brian (actually a New Yorker in New England disguise), Phil, Pat and the rest of the photowalk group.

Here is a video of us after our Sam Adams tour.

What I learned from this trip is the following. The absolute best way to boost your creativity is to surround yourself with creativity. Going on a photowalk is always a fun event and you can always learn something new. However, there are usually people who attend just for something to do. Every person I spent time with this weekend was super creative. Being near so many creative minds makes me challenge myself to be better. I urge everyone to try to go out shooting with creative people if you can.

With that said, please enjoy some of the photos (and captions) I shot in Boston this past weekend.

Thanks for reading and happy shooting,

Scott

Sam Adams Hops

Sam Adams Hops

Andrew at the Sams Bar

Andrew at the Sams Bar

Christian Science Center

Christian Science Center

Boston really does have spirit!

Boston really does have spirit!

Very hazy day

Very hazy day

I guess I have to shoot more brackets

I guess I have to shoot more brackets

That building split the sun!

That building split the sun!

Walking into grunge

Walking into grunge

The grunge

The grunge

Obama?

Obama?

Hoping he doesn't fall

Hoping he doesn't fall

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2 Comments

  1. Lynda July 31, 2010 at 5:12 am #

    I thought I'd commented on this. You got some really great shots! Thanks for the inspiring article. :)

  2. scottwyden July 31, 2010 at 7:01 am #

    You're very welcome. Thank you for commenting!

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