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Angie McMonigal
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An update on my White City series on the blog tonight
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Despite Chicago's horrible weather last night, the limo tour with +Out of Chicago Photography was still a great time!
Despite last night’s dismal weather, rain, wind and way-too-cold temps for the end of May, Out of Chicago Photography had a fun limo tour. We were lucky enough to start the night in the House of Blue’s Foundation Room which is a private, members-only club full of lavish decor. The walls are covered in this …
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Save the date! Two group exhibitions coming up in July...the 10th at the Hairpin Gallery and the 11th at Best Chicago Properties! Photography, painting and sculptures!
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I’m super excited to announce two group exhibitions I’ll be taking part in right here in Chicago! And they’re even on my birthday weekend! The first one, with the theme Process, will open on Friday, July 10, 6:30-9:30pm, at the Hairpin Gallery. The exhibition will include the paintings of Jay Zerbe, wood sculptures of Celia …
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The spectacular views and architecture of LA's Griffith Observatory
Ah…the last stop of my photographic day in Los Angeles was the Griffith Observatory. Such spectacular views, day and night. I almost bailed on this stop because as I was driving downtown I realized I completely forgot my tripod back in Chicago. Guess that’s what happens when you never use a tripod and haven’t photographed …
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So many ways to photograph the Frank Gehry designed Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.  http://wp.me/p39k4h-41r
The Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, designed by the incomparable Frank Gehry, is quite possibly my favorite building. At least that I’ve photographed so far. I have yet to make it to his Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain and I just missed the completion of the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris last summer…so …
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If you'd like to hear more about my Nature and Man series, which has 3 images published in Issue #71 of +F-Stop Magazine  Humans vs Nature, feel free to check out the latest blog post.
I’m excited to announce three images from my Nature and Man series are part of F-Stop Magazine’s Humans vs Nature Group Exhibition in Issue #71! This is a series I’m continually working on, generally not images I’m seeking out but images that I happen to come across when I’m out photographing other architectural subjects. One …
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Thank you +Marie LAIGNEAU  :) Looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks!
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Lots of geometry, layers and reflections in today's photos of Chicago's Deloitte building
I was in the loop this morning taking head shots of a few people from Brady’s office, not something I do very often, and then had about an hour to kill before I had to get back home.  I didn’t have any grand plans, but he’s about a block north of the Deloitte building which always …
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While +Christine Organ  and I are in the middle of our first writing workshop collaboration this week, we're still collaborating on what brought us to this in the first place. Our (sometimes) weekly Photo Inspiration Challenge.
Another great and timely post by Christie with a recent photo of mine. I'm just about in that "sweet spot" of parenting and often feel this back and forth pull of slow down/do more. Something I think all parents can relate to.
Though the weather here in the Midwest indicates otherwise, we are firmly entrenched in Spring. It is now mid-May. Or maybe even late-May depending on your definition. How is that possible? Wasn’t I just writing 2014 on my checks? Wasn’t there just snow on the ground? And weren’t we all
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Thrilled to receive Honorable Mention in the PX3 White Competition! Be sure to check all the winners...some really amazing photography!
I just learned I was awarded Honorable Mention in the Prix De La Photographie Paris (PX3) White Competition. It’s alway such and honor and thrill to receive recognition for my work! There were so many fantastic images and series chosen, both the top three winners and the honorable mentions. Be sure to take some time to browse through …
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A big thank you to +STARK-Magazine for sharing another image from my series of The Broad!
 
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Chicago based architectural fine art photographer
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I tend to focus on urban, architectural elements and geometric patterns, most often in my current hometown of Chicago. When I do take a break from the urban environment, I enjoy making images in nature and travel, and strive to find minimalistic, geometric patterns there as well.
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The Trouble Is Just Begun © Angie McMonigal | STARK-Magazine
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From my series The White City inspired by novel The Devil In The White City by Erik Larson. This series focuses on the architectural brillia

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June 27th and 28th, 2014 | The University Center, Chicago. I'm thrilled to announce I'll be presenting at this summer's Out of Chicago Photo

Photographing Aqua
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Article by Wendy Bright Images by Chris Smith and Angie McMonigal. Featured image by Angie McMonigal. A new tower in Chicago opened in 2010

Why I Am Smashing Windows
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I have gone around and around for the past few days about how to start this post, and I have tried several intro paragraphs on for size, but

Photographing the Marshall Field's Building
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Article by Wendy Bright Images by Chris Smith and Angie McMonigal. Featured image by Angie McMonigal. Like trying to say “Willis” when refer

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This year, lakeside runners, bikers and dog walkers will have more than the waves of Lake Michigan and traffic on Lakeshore Drive to take in

Photographing The Wrigley Building
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Article by Wendy Bright Images by Chris Smith and Angie McMonigal. Featured image by Chris Smith. This monument to chewing gum—a “Tribute to

Stephen Wilkes’ Incredible Cityscapes Span From Day to Night | LightBox ...
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Photographer Stephen Wilkes creates unique and exhaustive images of major cities in his series, Day to Night, capturing the hustle and bustl

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Photographing The Carbide and Carbon Building
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Article by Wendy Bright Images by Chris Smith and Angie McMonigal. Featured image by Angie McMonigal. In a city of mega skyscrapers, it can

Photographing Trump Tower
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Article by Wendy Bright Images by Chris Smith and Angie McMonigal. Featured image by Chris Smith. Thank goodness it's not gold and gaudy! A

The Photographer's Guide to Chicago Now Available on Your Computer, iPad...
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OK. The title is misleading. The Photographer's Guide to Chicago has always been available on these devices. If you go to the Amazon page, i

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Website | via Stark | Angie's Art in Issue.16 Angie is a Chicago based photographer focusing on architectural abstracts, architectural stree

Extruded Seashell on Southport
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A daily blog on architecture in Chicago, and other topics cultural, political and mineral. Click on the COMMENTS link under each post to joi

Atlas – Rockefeller Center
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(Nikon D800, Sigma 15mm, Exposure 1/30 sec @ f/2.8, ISO 800) I recently received a request from a potential client for an image of Atlas

Times Square – New York City
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(Nikon D800, Sigma 15mm fisheye, Exposure 0.5 sec @f/8.0, ISO 100) After posting several black & white images, I thought it was time

L E N S C R A T C H: Heather Evans Smith: The Heart and The Heavy
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The first time that I saw the photographs of Heather Evans Smith was when I first started working on Lenscratch and I was putting together o

Submitting to Photography Contests
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Article by Angie McMonigal When Chris first asked me to write a post about entering photo competitions and submitting to juried shows I was

Is Fine Art Photography Still Viable As Art?
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Today, Rob & Tony welcome Jason Horejs of Xanadu Gallery to the show. Jason answers questions that everyone in photography should be asking

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Ben Roberts is a superb photographer whose work on a huge Amazon warehouse has just gone viral. The following post is taken from his blog. I