Iconic landmarks are always fun to photograph when traveling because it offers the challenge to shoot it in a way no one else has (or very few have). Any initial ideas I might have had about photographing the Chicago Theater sign were limited by construction in the area. But I did have a straight on shot. And there was a lot of traffic. And what caught my eye was the edge lighting the sign gave to the top of the cars passing by. I knew shooting wide open with the lens would be sharp, so setting that at f2.8, I played with ISO and shutter speed to capture the highlighting on the cars. In final edit, I decided I liked the one with the cars centered. Sigma 28-70mm f2.8 DGDN on a Sony A9M2. ISO 5000; f2.8 at 1/640 second. 33mm.
Sigma 28-70mm Contemporary lens