One of my Chicago River photos was licensed by the Chicago Tribune for the Chicago Law 2015 section of their website. The Chicago Tribune is one of Chicago’s oldest and most popular newspaper and media companies. The Chicago Tribune was founded in 1847 and printed its first edition on June 10, 1847. The Chicago Tribune is owned by the Tribune Publishing Company which also owns the Los Angeles Times, The Orlando Sentinel, and other popular media companies.
I’ve created a new series of toned Chicago photos that are available for sale to buy as prints at my Photoshelter website and license as stock photos at Istockphoto. The toning includes variations in blue, cream, aqua, black and white, and HDR. I’ve been working at including more detail on my Chicago photos such as building names, building addresses, bridge names, and streets. This new series was mainly created from shoots I did in late 2011 and early 2012. Here are some examples:
Chicago city skyline at night along the Chicago River buildings at night with Wabash Avenue Bridge (Irv Kupcinet Bridge) with the London Guarantee Building (360 North Michigan Avenue), Unitrin / Kemper Building (1 East Wacker Drive), Renaissance Hotel (1 West Wacker Drive), Leo Burnett Building (35 West Wacker Drive), 55 West Wacker Drive, United Airlines Building (77 West Wacker Drive), Waterview Tower (111 West Wacker Drive), and Trump International Hotel and Tower (401 North Wabash Avenue). (Paul Velgos)
A new Chicago panorama stock photo is available for Royalty Free (RF) licensing at iStockphoto. This panoramic is very high resolution at 21,000 x 3,500 Megapixels and has a panorama ratio of 6:1. The pictures were taken in late 2010 and include famous Chicago buildings and skyscrapers such as Sears Tower / Willis Tower, Trump Tower, and the John Hancock Building.