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 …

Dark Passage

In 14mm f2.8, lawrence, mills by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I’m still in awe of the Stone Mill at night. The eerie light pouring through the huge windows created some amazing shadow play, presenting amazing compositional opportunities.  This one, I am especially happy with. This doorway is fun to shoot in broad daylight, especially with a wide lens. Take away the sunlight and let the security …

Searles Castle

In 14mm f2.8, urbex by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Searles Castle was once the estate of one of my home town benefactors. In fact he owned several castle estates in New England which stil stand. This one, unfortunately, was reduced to rubble in a fire about 40 years ago. Today, what’s left of the castle is the centerpiece of a park. Last night I …

El Dorado

In 14mm f2.8, architecture, nevada, Reno, Travel by Robert Lussier5 Comments

Reno’s gorgeous sunset gave way to a spectacular neon light show on the strip. I had never been to Reno (or Vegas) so seeing all the casinos decked out in neon glory was quite a treat. And since this was to be my only night in Reno, I grabbed a couple of wide primes (the 14mm …