It’s always great to people watch at Chicago’s Millennium Park. I go there almost everyday now.
This entry was posted on Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 at 11:34 pm. It is filed under Millennium Park, Photographing the Photographer, Self/Non-Self, Street.
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Sorry, no Photoshop® manipulation here (except color). Used a fisheye lens.
I’m not sure how this one in particular was done but the shape and reflective properties of the Chicago Bean make it easy to create funky effects with. A little photoshop on top of that and you get mesmerizing images like this one.
I too love the way Millennium Park feels in the summer. There is also a wonderful concert venue there, which is architecturally interesting as well.
It is super effect! how is this done?
my son went there a year ago and took some awesome pics. I use one of them as my screen saver. The “bean” is so cool !!!!
I have never seen or heard of this thing before but it makes some crazy images. You have managed to make grazy images of crazy images! Good work. I want one in my garden!!
Ugh, the first photo makes my my head hurt. :S
Wow! Cool effects!
WOW! Beautiful Melee of colors… Wonderful capture and awesome site! Will surely visit often!
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