Pelham Hall Coolidge Corner Brookline Massachusetts, Long Exposure Cloud Movement Looking Up Early 20th Century Boston Architecture
I’ve had this building on my list ever since I figured out it had a cool courtyard detail in the back. I finally got around to it yesterday, and I couldn’t quite shoot it as I had planned. I had wanted to take it from across the street but a tree was just enough in the way I had to take it from the sidewalk directly in front. The problem was I really needed to be in the street but with cars moving in and out of the spots I had to go as close to the street as possible on the sidewalk. After a couple frames a construction vehicle pulled in and basically blocked me off from the camera, so I ended up finishing off the frames reaching over the fender from the side and I couldn’t see the results until I got back to my car. I probably could have squared this up better if I had more time to analyze results and make adjustments, but considering the circumstances I’m lucky I got anything at all.
Canon 16-35 f/2.8L II at 16
LEE Big Stopper (3.0ND)
LEE 100mm x 100mm CPL
f/18, ISO 100, 60 sec
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