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Chicagoans interested in architecture can head to Apple Michigan Avenue to celebrate the Chicago Architecture Biennial with new Today at Apple sessions.
Participants will be able to go on a several of different photo walks through Chicago. One session will focus composition of architectural photography— Apple Creatives will assist participants in taking pictures with lighting, perspective, and texture in mind.
Another will focus on the overlooked architecture of Chicago's South Side. The 1.5 mile walk will help participants capture mood through lighting and angles, and will be hosted by photographer Lee Bey.
"Celebrate the Chicago Architecture Biennial at Apple Michigan Avenue from November 3-24. Get inspired to create, discuss, and discover architecture in sessions that explore everything from buildings to public spaces to the natural world." Reads the Apple Michigan Avenue sessions page.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial is an organization dedicated to opening discussions about architecture and urbanism through public programs and exhibits. Every two years, The Biennial creates new opportunities for emerging talent in areas of architecture, design, and the arts to engage with the public.