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Check out this article I wrote with Wendy Bright about my favorite place to shoot in Chicago.
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+John Crouch I am, really looking forward to it!
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Wall detail, Kalamazoo, 2014

White cedar logs serve as bricks in this hybrid masonry construction located in Kalamazoo. 

#architecture   #masonry   #wood   #pattern  
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Awesome!
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The Arcus Center for Social Justice is the latest work from Studio Gang Architects and employs a dizzying use of cordwood masonry on its exteriors walls. Basically instead of setting stone or bricks in mortar they are using wood instead. The building is only halfway complete at this point but is scheduled for completion later this year.
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New York is full of amazing views but the Top of the Rock may be the best vantage point of all. It is worth the wait and a fight for a spot on the edge to get a view like this one. What's the best vantage point in your city?
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Really nice. Usually you see the exact same image over and over from here, but this one is classic yet original! Love it.
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I'm happy to announce that on June 28 I'll be part of an amazing workshop in Chicago. The "Art of City Photography" is being assembled by Out of Chicago Photography and will feature more than 16 photographers discussing their vision, workflow, and techniques. There will also be photowalks on Friday and Saturday nights around the amazing city. I'll be discussing how to assemble stunning panoramic images but there is something here for everybody and every ability.

There's a regular price, and there will be an early bird price, but if you sign up TODAY the price is an absurdly low $99. Why would you wait?

See you in June!

http://outofchicago.com/out-of-chicago-conference-2014/
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Can't wait!!!  
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I had fun being interviewed by +Chris Smith last week for the Out of Chicago podcast and now you can listen to it too! 

If you haven't registered for the OOC conference yet what are you waiting for? Lucky for you there is still time to sign up before the sessions begin on Friday night. Just head to http://outofchicago.com/conference/ right now to sign up!
On a very special episode of the Out of Chicago Show... We have interviews with three of the photographers presenting at this summer's Out of Chicago Conference!   Angie McMonigal http://www.angiemcmonigal.com/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/angiemcmonigalphotography/   John Crouch http://www.crouchphotos.com https://www.flickr.com/photos/crouch/   Nick Ulivieri http://nickulivieriphotography.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nuphotography
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Twice a year the sun sets behind Chicago's skyline. You can find this view along Indiana's shoreline. This particular shot was from 32 miles away and yet you can still make out planes crossing in front of the sun.
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Awesome image! Happy Birthday! +John Crouch
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As Studio Gang Architects ramp up for new towers in San Francisco and Chicago they have a new building currently under construction in Kalamazoo, MI. They have employed a technique known as cordwood masonry for their exterior walls. It basically involves setting small logs in a bed of mortar just as you would do with a field stone or other masonry. I think the result will be fantastic.
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New York City at Dusk

The Top of the Rock offers up amazing views and is worth the wait and the crowds.  What's the best view from your city?
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Brooklyn, 2013

I love when distinct parts of the city line up. I wonder if the engineers who built the Manhattan Bridge realized what they were doing.
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Before this store opened I never had any problems with ordering a sandwich and having it delivered to my house quickly. Once this location opened Jimmy John's redefined their delivery zones for each store and as a result shrunk the overall delivery area. Now, despite having 2 locations that are each 2 miles away, I can no longer get delivery service because I live 200 feet too far west. I understand the need to live up to their "freak fast service" tagline. I don't understand why they are no longer willing to drive more than 4 minutes from their stores (this was the time quoted to me by their manager). That seems like an exceptionally small and ultimately limited service area to me. Their food is fine, nothing special. The convenience of ordering is the only reason why we ever ate here in the first place and since they have now eliminated that benefit there is no reason to eat here anymore.
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They have huge delicious sandwiches at a reasonable price. What more could you want?
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