Here’s the first image I’ve processed from my very enjoyable but very cold and very early shoot with Matty Wolin last Friday morning. Matty took me out onto the North Avenue Beach Pier on Lake Michigan so that we could grab some sunrise images of the downtown Chicago skyline. The view was great but I got myself into one of those states where I was so cold I couldn’t be bothered being creative. While I was shivering, Matty was off doing wonderfully creative things like this.
Despite my whining, I really can’t complain since I got exactly what I was hoping for. This is pretty much the only single frame HDR I shot that morning since I was intending to capture a large HDR panorama of the skyline. The brackets for this look great but I have yet to find the time to process them all. Look for the final image on Flickr since the panorama format doesn’t work too well on a 900 pixel wide blog like this one.
Talking of finding time, I would like to apologise in advance since things are likely to be a bit quieter than usual here in the run-up to April 15th. Not only do I still have to finish my tax return, but I also have a bucketload of images and video from the Austin Rodeo and the FIRST competition in Chicago to edit. I’ll post some of these, no doubt, but I may fall behind a bit until things settle down in a couple of weeks.
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