A monochrome of inner courtyard of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago on Michigan Ave, just across from John Hancock Center (360 Chicago). This place is quiet, with minimal foot traffic, and with clear sky provides interesting lighting no matter what time of day you visit, especially the peristyle facing Michigan Ave is really nice... Continue Reading →

St. Peter's Church on Madison St, just west of Clark St in Chicago. Tiny sliver of sunlight pushes through the alley across the street and shows up only for about 15 minutes, just before 1 o'clock. If you are into street photography and like low-key or high contrast monochrome and are in (or heading to)... Continue Reading →

A guy grabbing a quick cig & cell break in an alley during lunch time. The fellow opposite of him was fast asleep, looking like he was a regular at this dingy place. ¬†Alleyways of old downtown Chicago buildings are fascinating in many ways. This particular one is Calhoun Pl, looking down from Dearborn St.... Continue Reading →

Millenium Monument Peristyle

It's been a long time coming, but years of wishing I finally got my old Canon converted to IR. The old EOS 20D had serious back focusing problems, Canon refused to services it and since these models did not come with focus micro-adjust capability of any kind, the only option I had left was to... Continue Reading →

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