HDR Collaboration: Little Things

In hdr by Robert Lussier6 Comments

Yes folks, it is time for another friendly HDR Collaboration. What? You’ve never heard of it? Well let me explain. Every couple of weeks, a group of us HDR Photographers are challenged by one in the group to crush a single set of brackets. The host (that’s me, this round) provides the image and everyone …

Collaboration: Pork Scrap

In hdr by Robert Lussier12 Comments

I’m really thrilled to be part of a friendly HDR Collaboration with a group of talented photographers. Each week or so, one of us offers a set if his own set of bracketed images for us all to put his own spin on. This week was my turn. I chose an image I shot about …

Vacant

In architecture, hdr, lawrence, mills, Uncategorized by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I shot this scene of the vacant second floor of the Stone Mill about five months ago (well, half of it). I processed the image and decided it wasn’t worth publishing. The mood of the processed image was true to what I saw, but there was a tangent  that formed in the door frame. I …

Mona

In hdr, maine by Robert Lussier3 Comments

They say a bad day fishing beats a good day at work. Or maybe that was a bad day golfing?  Whatever … this image is from a really bad day fishing. My son, Ryan and I went for a day of deep sea fishing out of Southwest Harbor, Maine, last summer. I loved the early …

Looking Up

In architecture, boston, hdr by Robert Lussier3 Comments

Another shot from my brief walk through the South End of Boston on Monday. How short was it? Well this image was shot only about a hundred yards from the one I posted the other day. I basically just walked around the block. In that short trip I grabbed about 5 sets of brackets that I’m …

ALPH

In architecture, boston, hdr by Robert Lussier4 Comments

I had to drive my wife to the airport yesterday afternoon so I thought I’d turn it into a mini photo-walk. After leaving Logan I popped over to the Fort Point Channel area of Southie to grab a few brackets. Its a great area with lots of funky corners, alleys, buildings and doorways. I’ve always loved …

The Blue Hour

In hdr, landscape by Robert Lussier4 Comments

This is another shot from Acadia National Park, taken during last summer’s camping trip. After a full day of hiking, my son Ryan and I decided to hit the Park loop road at dusk for some photography. The waves were incredibly high. A hurricane passing 200 miles northeast of Acadia produced dangerous surf conditions along …

Timepiece

In hdr, lawrence, mills by Robert Lussier4 Comments

The clock face on top of the Everett Mill is about 5 feet in diameter. Manufactured by E. Howard & Co., the parts appear to be almost all original. The only thing new about it is the electric motor that keeps the gears ticking away. I’ve shot this before but was not very happy with …