Storrow Drive

In 15mm fisheye 2.8, boston, Cars, Cityscape by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I was attracted by the slight bend in the road. I thought the fisheye lens I already had on the camera would give it just the right amount of distortion. I also thought the shot could benefit from more traffic. And even after blending about three exposures, I still think that. But I’m still very …

Christian Science Center

In 24mm PC-E, architecture, boston by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I happened to be poking through old Lightroom directories this past weekend when I stumbled upon images from a 2010 shoot at the Christian Science Center in Boston. I was there with my friend and frequent shooting partner, Brian Matiash (who has since moved!). We were meeting up with Dave Wilson who was in town …

Not-so Dry Docks

In boston, Cityscape, Olympus OM-D by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Don’t let the calm appearance of this image fool you. The conditions were nasty. Last Saturday’s high winds and rain made shooting a challenge. But, hey, I was in Boston I had my camera. I had to shoot! But the conditions were definitely tough. I was shooting with my Olympus OM-D EM-1, which under normal …

Waterfront Reflections

In architecture, boston, Olympus OM-D by Robert Lussier3 Comments

I was in Boston last Saturday shooting a commercial job for a construction company. It was a nasty, rainy, windy day. But I was shooting indoors. Still, I decided to take advantage of the fact that I was in town and decided to do some recreational shooting after the job was done. Here is one …

Boston

In boston, Cityscape by Robert Lussier5 Comments

I’m really not happy with myself. I try to post an image every weekday here but I’ve been falling way short of that goal over the past few weeks. I think (I hope) a change in attitude is coming soon, but I think it will continue to be slow here through the holidays. That said, …

Fenway

In architecture, boston by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Last April I took a helicopter ride to photograph the Boston Marathon for the BAA. The focus of the shoot was the staging and start of the race in Hopkinton, but after things were under we way flew down course and even made a couple of passes over Boston. Of course, as a Boston Red …

Boston Strong

In boston, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier3 Comments

Yesterday I had the honor of participating in the incredibly moving opening ceremony at Fenway Park honoring the first responders, law enforcement, race staff and (especially) the victims of  Boston Marathon bombings.  I was one of 40 or so other BAA volunteers who donned the yellow jacket, stood along Fenway’s Green Monster and joined the …

Pastel Sky

In architecture, boston by Robert Lussier2 Comments

When my friend Scott Wyden came to the area last weekend to attend the Historic Mills Workshop I made a point of heading into Boston with him and his wife Melissa to do some shooting and hang out for a bit. There was probably more hanging out than shooting, actually. But that’s not a bad …

Christian Science Center

In 24mm PC-E, architecture, boston by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This is a recent BW conversion of an image I shot back in the summer of 2010. Actually, I don’t think I published any version of it before, so technically, it is a new image here! The Christian Science Center is one of those odd places that blur the lines between public and private. The …

Sullivan’s Tap

In boston, Olympus OM-D, urbex, Zuiko 12mm f/2.0 by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I have more “toy story” images from the mill in process (if you are looking for a followup to those images). But for today, I thought I’d share this image from a short solo photo walk around the Boston Garden a couple of weeks ago. Walks like this one are one of the reasons I’m …