Everett Mill in Lawrence, MA was built at the turn of the 20th century and produced various textiles. With the waning of the US textile industry, it has been repurposed as home to a collection of smaller businesses.
Renovation of the main mill building is ongoing and the top couple of floors are still empty while being worked upon. These windows can be found in the empty top floor. The east-facing windows are covered with canvas, presumably as solar screens to reduce heating but this also casts a warm glow across the whole floor as the sun dips towards the horizon in the evening. The image is an HDR so significant post-processing was obviously used to produce it but the colour here is exactly as captured with no saturation or hue tweaking at all.
Take a look over on Bob Lussier’s blog today for his take on the same windows. While mine is a single composition (albeit a multi-exposure HDR), Bob was playing with his tilt/shift lens and, as far as I can remember, his version is a multi-image panorama.
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