Night Arches

In landscape, Utah by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This is something from last April’s trip to Moab. It was a trip that I am still finding images from — this being one of them. It was an epic trip to one of the most gorgeous parts of the US that I have had the pleasure to visit. If you are a landscape photographer …

Light Painting the Stone Mill

In 15mm fisheye 2.8, lawrence, long exposure by Robert Lussier2 Comments

Steven Perlmutter and I were preparing for our upcoming workshop on October 12 a couple of weeks ago when we collaborated on this shot. I slapped the fisheye lens on the my D700 and framed the image. Then I asked Steven to backlight the cart with the the blue LED flashlight for a few seconds white …

Painting with Light

In Travel, Uncategorized, Utah by Robert Lussier10 Comments

It is entirely possible that sleep depravation is clouding my judgement here, but shooting these images might be the the most fun I’ve ever had. The seven of us set out for Delicate Arch that night intending to weather the storm of tourists through sunset, then try our hand at light painting the arch after …

Steam Punk

In industrial, urbex by Robert Lussier6 Comments

Tucked away in a tiny room in the back of one of Lawrence’s smaller mill buildings sits this old  steam engine. It hadn’t seen daylight in over 100 years until my friend Tom Short discovered it. Of course, he knew to call me when he found it. This is the reason I love urbex. Shooting …