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 look at 3 year old images and just cringe. Just shooting for 3 more years and learning the craft of photography along with editing means its a continual process. You will never stop learning. The gear is nice and all but learning how to use it and proper technique are more important then the gear itself. I can see the mistakes I made with this images. I can see where my skills and confidence have grown.

Enjoy

Chicago Redux

Chicago Redux

Chicago Redux

Chicago Redux

Chicago Redux

Chicago Redux

Chicago Redux

 

 

3 thoughts on “Chicago Redux – Part IV”

  1. The photos draw the viewer in with the blue reflections on the building, the sun setting over the water and a great shot looking down the water with the tall building on each side. The large buildings reflecting the new age of architecture in the business world and of course one of many machinery used in construction They may not be flowers but the crispness of color is very engaging.

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