Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Post-processing the reflective sculpture images, part of Architectural Photography in Chicago: A Fine Art Approach.
- All right, we're back on the computer…to take a look at a long exposure.…Now I did numerous long exposures…throughout my time here in Chicago,…and really only one came out the way…that I had hoped and even then it's still,…I'm a little critical on it…so, long exposures is just repetition…and kind of hoping for the best in some situations.…I do love the way the clouds are moving in this shot,…I just would have liked to have slightly longer exposure…to get kind of an even streak.…But the way the clouds are coming out of the Bean…I think is really excellent,…so we're going to work this image up.…
We also notice that the buildings are straight…and that's because I used a tilt-shift lens…and kept myself level, and then shifted up…to get the shot, so that was really crucial.…Now, I used a B+W 10-stop neutral density filter,…which has a warming cast, and you can see…just how warm this image looks,…which is not an accurate representation…so since I'm in the raw file,…I'm going to take the White Balance…and just cool it a little bit.…
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Introduction to Chicago City Shoot
1. Staircase at Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art
2. Flamingo Sculpture in the Chicago Federal Plaza
3. Van Buren Residential Tower in Chicago
4. Cloud Gate in Millennium Park
5. Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park
6. Frank Gehry BP Bridge Walkway
7. Chicago at Night
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