I just had to take a photo of them being photographed. They were just too cute to pass up.
A photographer (right) looking so inconsequential amid the grandeur of the Chicago River and buildings along it. There is no city in the world where you can view the most majestic pieces of modern architecture in one place, in a short time, for practically nothing. Hongkong, Dubai, New York, Sao Paolo, Doha, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, [...]
Matt Tuteur I was standing in the corner of State and Randolph Streets in Chicago at about 2 pm in the afternoon today, waiting for the cross light to turn WALK when I saw this fire engine stop right on the corner with its crew members running to the fire hydrant. I decided to watch, [...]
I found these photos from my 2009 archives. They are of a photographer setting up on the corner of S. Michigan Ave. and Congress Parkway, across the Congress Hotel. By then, hotel workers were on strike for about six years. Now, the strike has turned into the longest-running strike in the US. Read more about [...]
I can’t believe it has been almost three years now! The Chicago Photography Collective is a group of professional photographers who have come together to build a sense of community among photographers. It started out as a group of four people having lunch once a month (I’m not in this group), and now has more [...]
A friend of mine from my high school days recently flew into town with his brother who was visiting from Manila and with other family members of his from California. My classmate lives in the Los Angeles area. His brother also graduated from the same high school, but a year below us. They were on [...]
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Illinois Governor Pat Quinn In every one of these photographs is a photographer trying to get his/her best shot of the Gay Pride Parade in Chicago last week. Over 750,000 people attended and/or watched the parade.