#SeeingRedSeries Just to get to John Hancock tower from my work in the middle of The Loop and back took nearly 12 thousand steps. Not sure which of the side streets crossing LaSalle St this was (definitely north of Grand Ave). A tell-tale sign of an infrared shot... pitch black sky. Given the January sun... Continue Reading →

#SeeingRedSeries I don't know where precisely this was, but it was not far west from John Hancock tower. A random patch of light washing over a sidewalk and what appeared to be a vacant storefront. Shot with infrared converted DSLR with LifePixel super color filter. It always amazes me how aggressive the light fall off... Continue Reading →

#SeeingRedSeries Alright, I snapped this on a whim, somewhere on Grand, I think? At lunch time (as is my habit) when most worker bees go grab some quick bite, but these guys? One was binge-watching Netflix or something and constantly giggling, while the guy by the hydrant was fighting his phone, trying to figure out... Continue Reading →

#SeeingRedSeries Chicago Theater. This thing has been snapped countless times and is notoriously known, be it for its iconic banner, or the traditional awning. Made me wonder how it would look when shot in infrared where all colors would melt away and only the shape remained. It gives things a whole different spin, but the... Continue Reading →

#SeeingRedSeries is back! It was a sunny clear day today, so I whipped out my IR-converted DSLR and took it out for a lunch walk while hunting for sun rays. Heading to visit 360 Chicago at the Hancock any time soon? Hop across the street over to the Fourth Presbyterian Church and its rectory. The... Continue Reading →

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