Category Archives: Skyline
I love Lake Michigan!!! Without it, Chicago wouldn’t be what it is today. It’s been the biggest driver of Chicago’s growth over the last 200 years or so by drawing early settlers to the area, giving industries the resources they … Continue reading
Here’s a new twist on a familiar skyline shot. I caught a reflection of the John Hancock Center in the lake water that had crashed up onto the concrete lake front path over the weekend. It kinda had a surreal, … Continue reading
I hate to keep posting storm photos over and over again but I think that the one thing I love shooting as much as I love shooting Chicago is the infinite ways that weather has an impact on the way … Continue reading
During the holidays Chicago buildings all glow in red and green. The Wrigley building is no exception to this.
What a beautiful sunset. The rich colors fill the sky as the sun sets behind the Aragon.
Roosevelt University has broken ground on a 32-story academic building that will be the second tallest university building in the country and the sixth tallest in the world. A unique vertical campus, it will have classrooms, laboratories, offices, dorm rooms, … Continue reading
The clock on top of the Wrigley building, done in HDR. This building is so full of details that are really called out more when done in HDR vs. the standard digital photo. Either way this building is absolutely beautiful, … Continue reading
A photo of the city redone. The clouds really stand out when done in HDR. This photo looks more 3D with all the details showing through. Can’t get a better view than the one from the United Center.
Lightning lights up the sky over the city. I caught this one in HDR from Montrose Harbor on a stormy night as the clouds and storm rolled in over the city.