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The success of the Chicago Bears inspired Businesses along the lake to show their bears pride.

When I came outside I was first confused because I saw the sun shining very brightly in front of me, the position where it is usually at noon. However this was at 5:30pm.

 

After standing for a while in awe, I realized that he setting sun (behind me) was hitting the building at the end of the street (in front), and diffused in a brilliant white - almost like an artificial flash light, causing interesting hard edged double shadows and a white cast over everything. It was one of the most remarkable natural lighting situations i've ever seen.

 

Notice the double shadows clearly visible on the four standing in the middle of the intersection.

 

Explore #23

Featured on chicagopublicradio.org on May 6, 2008

tri-x, contrast bumped in pp. cliche, yes, but i like it

Gerberas & Daisies (Fam: Asteraceae)

 

Featured on www.ChiTownDailyNews.Org (2009 January 14)

 

Taken about 6 years ago, with a Nikon Coolpix 775 (2.1MP Point&Shoot)

File Name: DSCN5436

Crossing Pioneer Court in January precipitation.

 

Reached No. 356 in Exlpore.

Explored!

 

Featured on Chicagoist: Extra, Extra

 

Featured on Chi-Town Daily News

 

Seen on Chitowndailynews.org

In the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago

A condo rehab in the old wholesale meat market district (Fulton Market) Chicago. There are still meat wholesalers around there and it still smells nasty.

Sailing on Lake Michigan, Chicago

Rolleiflex Tessar on Kodak TMAX 100

 

Featured in Gapersblock.com Rearview Nov 1, 2008

Fuji Provia 400x @ 800

This is slide film. Interesting to compare to the shot that came from the negative 800z film right after this one in the photostream.

 

Featured in chicagoist.com/2008/12/03/extra_extra_360.php

Millennium Park Chicago The much photographed Bean, officially known as Cloudgate is scheduled to officially "re-open" tomorrow. I'm not sure what that means except that hopefully they are finished working on it. It's been there for 2 years and seems as though it is always being worked on and scaffolding often spoils the picture.

I recently got an email from the artist's lawyers demanding that I stop selling t-shirts with a picture of this sculpture on it. He "retains" the copyright.

When I came outside I was first confused because I saw the sun shining very brightly in front of me, the position where it is usually at noon. However this was at 5:30pm.

 

After standing for a while in awe, I realized that he setting sun (behind me) was hitting the building at the end of the street (in front), and diffused in a brilliant white - almost like an artificial flash light, causing interesting hard edged double shadows and a white cast over everything. It was one of the most remarkable natural lighting situations i've ever seen.

Super Ricohflex on Kodak 400vc slightly underexposed, desaturated. Contrast bump in lightroom. Vignettes were naturally present but I enhanced them.

 

Looks like a charcoal drawing doesn't it.

fAbout a block north of where it has stood for the past 126 years, the Harriet F. Rees mansion now sits at Praairie Avenue & Cullerton, from where it will be backed into the spot that has been prepared for it in the 2000 block of South Prairie Avenue.

Leica IIIc with Jupiter 3 50/1.5 on Tri-X 400

Taken on Chicago CTA Bus

Duotone applied in Lightroom

I love the quiet shutter of the Leica III.

 

Featured on www.chitowndailynews.org/, Jan 9, 2009

a flock of seagulls swoops towards adams and canal

 

I like the balance of white seagulls on dark river against the dark people on the light street

 

Explored at #99; replaced with uncropped version. Something about artificial square cropping has recently started to bother me.

Visible throughout the downtown area, each horse is dedicated to the memory of a specific Chicago Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty. In December of 2014, the horses will be auctioned off and the net proceeds will go to the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation, and its mission to assist the families of Chicago Police Officers who have been killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty.

 

This particular horse honors Sgt. Otha M. LeMons, Star #1048, assigned to the 5th Police District.

 

On August 5, 1974, Sergeant LeMons conducted a premise check at the Pepsi Lounge at 62 East 103rd Street, which had recently been robbed. Once inside, three gunmen entered the tavern, announced a robbery, and shot Sgt. LeMons six times, killing him.

 

The offenders were subsequently identified and apprehended. Sgt. LeMons was buried at St. Mary Cemetery. He was a 24 year veteran of the Department and left behind a wife, one daughter, and two grandchildren.

Chicago, Lake Michigan

Rolleiflex TLR

Tessar 75/3.5

Kodak TMAX 100

 

View On Black

   

featured on Chi-Town Daily News 7/22/09

seen on 'Around Town' on Chicagoist.com 7/22/09

 

(tucked away in the corner of a book store in Morris, Illinois)

Fuji Provia 400x @ 800

Super Ricohflex

Waveland Clocktower

Featured on Chi-Town Daily News home page on March 25, 2009

 

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Check out the two people barely visible on the horizon on the left, mirroring the trees :)

Featured photo on Chi-Town Daily News 7/8/09

A supposedly non-nuclear cooling tower in Michigan City, IN

Costume contest at The Metro

Nokton 40/1.4 on Superia 800

Shot wide open at 1/30

Post processed tint

Epson R-D1 and unknown lens. Possibly Nokton.

spotted on my block. a tangled mess of work signs, in the typical chicago fashion

Featured Photo on Chi-Town Daily News 7/2/09

An unidentified rider at Belmont and Halsted during the World Naked Bike Ride - Chicago, held June 9 to protest U.S. oil dependency

Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips crowdsurfing in a crazy inflatable bubble at Lollapalooza

312, aom, avel, kiser

Featured in gapersblock.com rearview Nov 5, 2008

Belles & Whistles Burlesque Revue at Musicbox Theater

The Chicago Starlets

Epson R-D1 | Leica Summicron 50

Guitarist on Michigan Ave, Election Night 08

Near belmont and clybourn

Kodak BW400CN / Nokton 40/1.4

Natural tint due to film. Added slight vignette.

Seen through window of Ashland bus

Kodak BW400CN / Jupiter 3

An unidentified rider at Belmont and Halsted during the World Naked Bike Ride - Chicago, held June 9 to protest U.S. oil dependency

Fire Hydrant splashing away in front of the halsted/diversey fire department in Chicago

My mom works at 111 South Wacker in Chicago. One day, I went to go visit her at work to get coffee and take care of some family business. While I waited for her in her building lobby, I snapped some photos. I've done this before (flickr.com/photos/senoranderson/506533607/ flickr.com/photos/senoranderson/511627811/, but this time a security guard came up to me and asked me to stop. I could understand being asked to stop if I was being creepy and taking photos of people, but I wasn't. Why can't I take photos in a building's lobby?

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Window display during Looptopia, with people on the street reflected

I still need to see the movie I'm alluding to in the title :-)

my first work 'on assignment' for chitowndailynews.org - let's hope they use it :-)

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