Tudor

In England, Travel, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier3 Comments

This is the last shot I have from the Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick, England. It is probably my favorite, as well. I was really taken by the asymmetrical nature of the tudor facade of this classic building and was eager to capture it. I thought the wider shot I grabbed a few minutes earlier …

Boston Waterfront

In 14mm f2.8, boston, Cityscape, long exposure by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I shot this back in February. What possessed me to go on a solo photo walk around Boston on a cold winter night, I don’t know. But that’s what I did. Anyway, I stumbled upon it in my archives after posting yesterday’s image and thought it would be good to show the contrast. This was …

On The Waterfront

In 16-35mm f3.5, architecture, boston by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Another shot of the Boston Waterfront from a great shoot with a gaggle of photographers back in September. It was funny how we all started in this same spot and gradually dispersed, seeking to put our own unique stamp on this classic scene. I was one of the first to bust out, but still keep …

The Music Hall

In architecture by Robert Lussier3 Comments

I was poring through the archives yesterday when I stumbled upon an image of one of a local iconic building. The Methuen Memorial Music Hall is the only building in the country that was built exclusively to house a pipe organ. A really big pipe organ. Anyway, I decided to reprocess the image. Thought a …

Boston in Blue

In 16-35mm f3.5, architecture, boston, Cityscape, long exposure by Robert Lussier4 Comments

This is the first shot I grabbed during last Tuesday’s gathering of photo bloggers at Boston’s Fan Pier. Contrary to appearances, this was shot pre-blue hour. The decidedly blue tone of the image is not a result of the disappearing sun, nor is it a result of software trickery. It is the result of an …

From Fan Pier

In 24mm PC-E, Cityscape by Robert Lussier3 Comments

So what happens when seven photographers make arrangements to converge on the same spot to shoot the same thing at the same time? Well basically, seven photographers get some very similar images. And then they split up and try to make the scene their own. A change in perspective, camera orientation, lens selection and (back …

Pacific Mill

In 24mm PC-E, architecture, lawrence, mills, urbex by Robert Lussier3 Comments

A long day of shooting the mills in Lawrence on Sunday with Dave Wilson began at the Pacific Mill. My original plan was to hit the Stone Mill first. But after I picked him up at the train station around 9:45, I thought I’d drive him past some of the other mills in town to give …

Let the Games Begin!

In 14mm f2.8, architecture, England, London, Travel by Robert Lussier3 Comments

WOOHOO! The Summer Olympics kick off in London tonight! I love the Olympics, both winter and summer. But as a runner, I lean more towards the summer games. And naturally, track and field events are my favorites. So I thought this shot, from the British Museum would be a good shot to post today.(Click on …

The Eye Peeks Through

In architecture, England, London, Travel by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Another Black and White for today. This one was shot from the top of the London tour bus as we passed near the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. I like images that juxtapose old buildings against new, so that little glimpse of the very modern London Eye through the vastly older architecture appealed to me. …

Unitarian Memorial Church #6

In 14mm f2.8, architecture, vertorama by Robert Lussier4 Comments

  When I set my tripod on the ledge behind the organ in the choir loft in the Unitarian Church, I didn’t intend to shoot to capture another vertorama. But when I looked through the viewfinder I thought it might be a nice compliment to the vertorama from the back of the church. This one …