I WAS VISITING CHICAGO AND TOOK THIS IMAGE AT MILLENNIUM PARK. EVERYONE WAS HAVING A FANTASTIC TIME. CHILDREN WERE RUNNING, SPLASHING, AND FLOPPED DOWN IN THE WATER. THE SCENE REMINDED ME OF THE CHICAGO LYRIC, “SATURDAY, IN THE PARK, YOU’D THINK IT WAS THE FOURTH OF JULY”……
I TOOK THIS SHOT ON A RECENT VISIT TO CHICAGO. THIS SPOT IS ON THE FAR NORTH END OF THE MAGNIFICENT MILE. I LIKED THE JUXTAPOSITION BETWEEN THE NEWER SKYSCRAPER AND THE VERY OLD CHURCH. THE REFLECTION ALSO WORKS WELL.
Last Sunday I went out to Adler to shoot Chicago’s skyline from an iconic spot that many photographer’s have shot from before. i was happy with this shot but know it could be better. I follow a lot of great cityscape photographers that manage to get some great sharpness and clarity in their cityscapes. Haven’t figured out how to completely do that yet. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated. I just want to learn as much as I can. Thanks everyone.
I WAS VISITING CHICAGO, FOLLOWING THE NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL GAME, AND WANTED TO TO PHOTOGRAPH SOME OF THE ARCHITECTURE. THIS IS PART OF THE WRIGLEY BUILDING AND A BIT OF THE TRUMP. THE ANGLE ALSO CAPTURES SOME OF THE PEOPLE WALKING ON MICHIGAN AVENUE.