If you’ve been wandering the photography webs over the last few weeks, you’ve probably seen mention of Historic Mills Photography Workshops, a new venture by Bob Lussier and Steve Perlmutter up in Lawrence, Massachusetts. If you’ve been following this photoblog, you’ll also know that I spent a fabulous day with Bob shooting the mills of Lawrence last October so I’m in a great position to strongly recommend Bob & Steve’s class. Not only are they both extraordinarily pleasant and fun guys to shoot with, they are extremely skilled photographers and both know the mills very well indeed. If you can make it, I’m completely sure that their upcoming workshop on April 6th will be an amazing event and well worth whatever travel time it takes you to get up there.
This image shows the roof of Stone Mill, one of the two buildings that will feature in the first workshop. I processed both colour and monochrome versions of this shot and decided I preferred the black and white one shown here. Stone Mill sits right next to Everett Mill (there’s a small parking lot between them) but is very different inside – older, somewhat smaller and rather less progressed in its renovation. There’s plenty to explore in both buildings and opportunities for some really diverse urbex and architecture photography.
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