Category Archives: Architecture
Day 351: Water Tower
The Water Tower downtown Chicago decorated for Christmas.
Day 336: City Hall
The red and green lights shine on city hall in celebration of the holiday season.
Day 333: McCormick Fountain
The fountain outside McCormick place frozen in time. You can see the water stopped in time and the rich colors.
Day 331: Navy Pier
The headhouse at Navy Pier. For more historical information on Navy Pier, click here.
Day 330: Roosevelt Building
Roosevelt University has broken ground on a 32-story academic building that will be the second tallest university building in the country and the sixth tallest in the world. A unique vertical campus, it will have classrooms, laboratories, offices, dorm rooms, … Continue reading
Day 328: Auditorium Theater
The Auditorium Theater in Chicago is one of the best-known designs of Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan. Completed in 1889, the building is located on South Michigan Avenue, at the northwest corner of Michigan Avenue and Congress Parkway. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1975. It was designated a Chicago … Continue reading
Day 327: The Clock
The clock on top of the Wrigley building, done in HDR. This building is so full of details that are really called out more when done in HDR vs. the standard digital photo. Either way this building is absolutely beautiful, … Continue reading
Day 326: Water-like
The Aqua building done in HDR. With the details and the clouds reflecting in the windows of the building it almost makes it look like there is water like a puddle within the building.
Day 322: Adler Planetarium
The Adler Planetarium done in HDR. I really like how HDR really pulls out the color in the sky.
Day 310: Colorful Fountain
This photo of Buckingham Fountain that was done in HDR shows colors so much richer, much more texture and depth to the photo. Even the buildings look more magnificent when done in HDR. Check out the difference to a standard … Continue reading