naperville overexposed

Tonight, I continued my recent series of overexposed parking lots in Chicago’s western suburbs.

As I drove to an assignment along 75th Street, a clump of Christmas trees for sale in a Dominick’s food store caught my eye.

After finishing shooting and sending my job, I worked the pines for awhile but the overexposure technique didn’t work well.

I then moved on to rows of prairie grass that line the entry way but no luck there either.

Finally, I found my way to several trees with Holiday lights near a stop sign.

A car in the background was the added element that I needed to separate this image from the rest.

©2009 Scott Strazzante/ Chicago Tribune

2 Responses to “naperville overexposed”

  1. […] me of some of the stuff that Tribune photographer Scott Strazzante posted recently on his blog (here and […]

  2. The car and the stop sign definitely makes the image more interesting. Great shot!

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