At Chicago’s March for Science on Earth Day, April 22, 2017
A photographer has to do what he has to do to get that perfect shot!
Nowadays, in many public spaces, security will flag you and ask for a permit for photography when you are seen using a tripod. You have a tripod therefore you must be a professional. Where is your permit?
Either that or they kick you out immediately from the premises because you have one.
Photos taken at North Ave. Beach at sunrise on April 8, 2017. In the pictures are my tripod-bearing photowalk buddies, Mark, Tim and Michelle.
The sky cleared up finally … after a week of being gloomy, cloudy and gray (there went my spring break).
I was a little bit late to photograph the actual sunrise but even 15 minutes after it rose, the colors of the sky were still incredibly beautiful.
Enjoy your day!
My photo buddy, Mark, behind huge boulders at Ping Tom Memorial Park in Chinatown.
Union Station, Chicago
March 24, 2017
… of the impending sunrise over Lake Michigan early this morning, just before the sun rose, March 19, 2017 @ Navy Pier, Chicago. A few minutes later, this:
Photographing religious zealots at yesterday’s St. Pat’s Parade, Chicago
A photographer and his subjects in a very beautiful setting, a small park somewhere in the middle of buildings in Lakeshore East.
Columbia Yatch Club @ Monroe Harbor