While checking out the lights at night on Michigan Avenue, I was flooded in blue light from a police car in front of the hotel. Chicago has officers placed in regular intervals, blue lights flashing, to keep things safe in downtown. There was an unreal look to one of the officers standing by his squad car, bathed in blue light, so I asked if I could take his portrait. Because the blue light strobe pulses, and my shutter speed didn’t always synch with the light, each image looked a little different as far as light coverage. Which was a happy accident because it gave me a few images where the strobe didn’t burn out the officers face. Sigma 28-70mm f2.8 DGDN on a Sony A9M2. ISO 2000; f2.8 at 1/100 second. 36mm.
Sigma 28-70mm Contemporary lens