614 Night Explore
I love going to big major cities to shoot but my hometown can still be fun to capture. Much smaller but whats cool about that is, you can cover a lot of ground and different locations faster. Oh, and our parking situation is NOT a situation which is great after getting back from a city like Chicago.
Long Story Short: Chicago is my favorite city to photograph.
Visiting Chicago what I can tell will be the 1st of many, many visits, was incredible. I fell in love instantly. The city has such an interesting infrastructure. However, the parking is a NIGHTMARE, if my fiance wasn't awesome and booked us a spot like a Air BnB for a car, we would have been screwed. All in all so worth it though.
Views from the River
Ordinary things can be so interesting.
Sometimes we don't see everyday objects, streets and people as true pieces of art, but if you stop time and capture something, it can take on a whole other view. Below are some of my favorite images I've captured walking city streets. From Ohio cities like Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland, to New York and beyond.
Shooting in Cincinnati is hella fun.
I love Columbus don't get me wrong, but there is nothing better than escaping your own city to explore others. Cincy has more of a mini Brooklyn vibe with the style of their bridge, architecture and so on. It has to be one of my favorite smaller cities to photograph.
Cleveland has some dope views.
I wasn't that excited about shooting in Cleveland to be honest. It was a cold and super windy night as well which made me rethink my choices. I had three hours to kill alone and being alone on the streets actually made me focus way more on the little details. Finding vantage points like this one makes on alright photo of these buildings more interesting and creates depth.
A Night Out in the City with a Few Friends Always Makes for some Choice Photos. Not Only Can They Help You Do Long Exposure Shots but It Also Helps You See Certain Things From a New Perspective. On This Night I Took a Few Friends to One of My Favorite Spots That They'd Never Been Too. Seeing How They Shot It and Experienced It, Made It Even More Interesting To Me. Staying Inspired is What Creating Art is All About.