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Architectural Travels – Part 3

I am almost done with the Architectural Travels series. I just have one more set to publish. These images were shot in Chicago, Illinois, Thailand, and Panama. The bulk split between Chicago and Panama.

When I started this series out I never had the intention of splitting it into so many categories. It just worked out that way when I started to edit the images. I could see how some images were more similar to others so it just made sense to save them that way.

This series was shot on 4 cameras. My Sony RX100III, Olympus EM1, Canon S100, and Sony A7R. Short of me looking at the names I can’t visually tell the differences between them. With good editing and a workflow that remains the same you can get consistent results regardless of the camera used. Interestingly enough I do own 3 out of the 4 cameras still. I sold all my Olympus gear to purchase my Nikon gear so I could have full frame for all my professional work.

Enjoy.

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I have to say, I like and I notice the many architectural designs in the modern buildings. I still like the older architecture. I would like the years these modern buildings were developed. I am presuming that the taller ones are the newest. I know there was and may still be a height limit on the buildings. Most of these buildings have different architectural designs. I guess just seeing photos in the same area, most of the high rises will be the same but this is from many locations and the architecture is different. I enjoyed and learned maybe to appreciate the newer architecture no matter where it is located across the world.

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