Last night, I found myself wandering through the archives looking for some pictures for Bob Lussier. In the process, I discovered a trove of unprocessed shots taken with him in the mills of Lawrence, Massachusetts during a fantastic weekend in September 2012. This is one of those images. It was taken inside Everett Mill which was in the process of being renovated into office units at the time. I suspect this floor looks rather different 5 years later but, back then, it was a cavernous space with picturesque (if you like geometry, anyway) rows of pillars and windows.
I processed this shot with Photomatix Pro version 6 which was announced a week ago. They’ve cleaned up the user interface and removed a bunch of the useless controls (the ones which seemed to do nothing useful. If you’ve been in one of my classes, you’ll have heard me whining about these for about 8 years). New features allowing final retouching to be performed are also there now (colour correction, cropping/straightening, blend HDR with an original image, etc) making the tool a great deal better if you don’t want to have to use Lightroom or Photoshop to finish the job on each picture.
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