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Architecture + Cityscapes

Capturing monumental interiors

Chicago is a city of incredible architecture — inside and out. Much of it can be explored during the Chicago … Read More

Profile PhotoEric Allix RogersMar 16,17

Creating photographic series

The whole working in series idea can be elusive and difficult to do, especially when you’re somewhat new to photography, … Read More

Profile PhotoAngie McMonigalNov 22,16

The rush of the big city: Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal has been a landmark site in Midtown New York originally built in 1871. The site, which has … Read More

Profile PhotoFrank SmithOct 12,16

Architectural Photography Workshop at the Chicago Architecture Foundation

We’re teaming up with the Chicago Architecture Foundation for a mobile photography workshop this Saturday, October 1. Most of the … Read More

Profile PhotoChris SmithSep 27,16

An abstract preparation for iconic New York architecture

The Out of New York Conference is nearly here and I couldn’t be more excited! Despite visiting NYC a number … Read More

Profile PhotoAngie McMonigalSep 20,16

One World Observatory: Shooting New York from above

Last year, after a long wait and a lot of anticipation, One World Observatory‎, the observatory at the top of … Read More

Profile PhotoMichael MurazAug 18,16

Getting started with nighttime long exposures

I spent much of this week so far working on some long exposure techniques. I wanted to play around with … Read More

Profile PhotoBryan EslerJul 21,16

Abstract architecture and cityscapes with Angie McMonigal and Michael Muraz: OOC Podcast Episode 46

In this episode, Michael Novo sits down with Chicago’s Angie McMonigal and Toronto’s Michael Muraz during the Out of Chicago Conference. Despite … Read More

Profile PhotoMichael NovoJul 19,16

Photographing the Chicago bridges lift

Last year, I was in Chicago for the Open House Chicago event and I took the opportunity to photograph the … Read More

Profile PhotoMichael MurazMay 18,16

Creating the fine art architectural photograph

I love architectural photography. More specifically, I love fine art architectural photography. This begs a couple of questions. What is … Read More

Profile PhotoJim WelninskiMay 4,16