Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Taking multiple exposures of the flamingo sculpture, part of Architectural Photography: A Fine Art Approach.
- Now when I was here scouting,…a couple days ago, I used my wide angle lense,…my 16 to 35 and got really close.…Now today I want to try something a little bit different,…to give me some variety.…I have got a 55 millimeter prime lens…on my Sony A7R Mark two body.…This lens is so sharp and beautiful.…So I always, always relish the chance…to be able to use it.…Its also going to allow me to step…further back, which is going to help compress,…this sculpture here with the background…and again I am really concentrating on the black building…and the striking red and that contrast of red,…black is going to really help the image.…
So I am going to walk around here…and get some different angles.…Now take a looking at my settings,…I have got f/8, ISO 400 and about…200th of a second, thats plenty,…plenty fast enough to hand hold.…I don't have to get my tripod out.…Places like this, you know, federal plaza,…very often they have pretty strict rules on tripods…and you know, whether you can have one or not…and so I don't need it here.…
Skill Level Intermediate
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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
8. Final Selects
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