To honor St. Patrick’s Day, David Crewe of Phlearn decided to capture a time-lapse of the half-a-century-old tradition of turning the Chicago River green with the help of environmentally-friendly fluorescein dye.
Crewe, along with his Nikon D800 and 17–35mm f2.8 lens, sat atop the restaurant patio of the Chicago Trump Tower, capturing every step of the process. According to SLR Lounge, Crewe captured 1076 frames in total, all at 1/80th, f/11 and ISO 100. The thousand frames were eventually condensed down into the 35 second of…
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