I’m not a great one for taking ‘people’ pictures. I’m usually waiting for everyone to leave so I can get a clear shot of the landscape or whatever, so coming up with images of photographers for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge wasn’t easy. But never say “never” and, after trawling through the files in the hopes that I may have inadvertently captured other photographers at some of my favorite locations, I finally found a few pictures that I thought might suffice.
You have to stand well back to get an overall shot of ‘The Bean’ in Millennium Park and being a busy tourist attraction you’re bound to get some other photographers in the scene.
Taking a tour behind the scenes at WTTW Channel 11 studios in Chicago, we got to see some of the cameras used in the making of various local productions such as Chicago Tonight.
This religious procession saw several people with camera in hand waiting to catch a glimpse of Cardinal George in Grant Park, Chicago.
Camera Club members were asked to participate in an event held at Brookfield Zoo posing as paparazzi welcoming a Monkees tribute band who, I may say, performed very well later in the day especially when they were joined by one of the members of the original band. I was happy to join in the fun; a free day at the zoo and great entertainment.
For more on Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge go to http://ceenphotography.com/2015/10/08/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-any-kind-of-camera-or-photos-of-photographers-2/