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Chile Soldiers

Soldiers
Soldiers

While in Punta Arenas I was taking a nap in mid-afternoon when I heard drums and trumpets.  I looked out the window looking over the town square and saw soldiers marching through the street.  I grabbed my camera and rushed out of the hotel and found there was a changing of the colors ceremony going on.  So, I spent an hour shooting the ceremony and this is one of the shots I liked.  I used a 100-400mm zoom on my Sony a7riv.  I changed and did wide-angle shots and covered this event from multi-angles.  It was a good exercise.  I just like this image as it was defining without showing faces.  What do you think?

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Chicago Abstract

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Another image from one of my favorite cities to shoot architectural abstracts. This one was done with a Sony and a 100-400mm lens.  I then corrected perspective in post-processing so all the lines were straight up and down.  The golden glow was caused by early morning light which is my favorite shooting time in Chicago.