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Beam Of Light

Beam Of Light

I took this in Chicago when I was out on the Navy Pier for the evening. The sun was setting behind me and the light was coming off the building and creating the beam of light type reflection. The Navy Pier was a great place to shoot and I did enjoy the nice breeze coming off Lake Michigan. I will be really curious what all the shots look like when I start to curate them a bit more. I just…

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Chicago Redux – Final

Chicago Redux – Final

So ends the journey back in time with my Chicago images. From the same boat but with evening setting in. I look at these images and cringe inwardly and want to shake my past self and ask what the hell was I think? Photographic masterpieces these aren’t. I just like them warts and all. Sparkly lights are cool! Knowing what I know now versus then I know I could have pushed ISO higher to get faster shutter speeds. I also didn’t…

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Chicago Redux – Part IV

Chicago Redux – Part IV

This series is winding down. Tomorrow will be the last of it. I promise. This time its not nearly as architectural heavy. There are some generic landscapes tossed in but all shot in Chicago. These images were shot on a boat that was cruising the river and the lake. It was a staff outing and I took advantage of it. I used a Panasonic 25mm 1.4 (50mm equivalent) and a 14mm 2.5 (28mm equivalent) with a Olympus EM5. It’s funny to…

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Chicago Redux – Part II

Chicago Redux – Part II

More from Chicago. Going through these images inspired me to shoot some new stuff braving the freezing weather. Least these were shot in the summer time when it was warm. For those that aren’t fans of architectural photos there are some landscapes thrown in and a few more abstract type shots. These were all shot on the Panasonic LX7 and I remember why I sold it. It produces some extremely soft images on it. The final image was shot on…

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