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Hello 2021! Time for an update …

Hello 2021! Time for an update …

Despite the lack of posts here, I have been working on my art. A few projects that are in the works or wrapping up: Industrial Heartland seriesI still need to wrap this one up. I took photos last year, edited them, but didn’t get around […]

B&W Studies, No. 2

B&W Studies, No. 2

Photo no. 2 in my new 14 image series. These first few photos in the series were all taken over at Barrington Pond in Hoffman Estates. I still had a red filter from the medium format film camera I had used the previous summer, so […]

First series of 2020!

First series of 2020!

Today, I’m launching the start of a 2-week photo series. This set features 14 black & white images taken over the last year. Patrons get early access to over at Patreon (chriseaves). And as always, you can support me by purchasing art over at MidnightOwl.Gallery.

  • Eaves, Chris (March 16, 2019). B&W Studies, No. 1 [Photograph]. Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Shot on a Canon 6D at 17mm, 1/60 sec., f6.3 at ISO100 with a red filter.
Prairie Fields

Prairie Fields

Available now for pre-order with a special, limited-time discount now through Oct. 31! Head over to Midnight Owl Gallery to purchase a print now, and it will be shipped to you in the next couple of weeks. This time last year, I went out on […]

Power Grid

Power Grid

We’ve reached the final post in my New Orleans Travel Series. The city gets a bad rap in a lot of ways, but if you were to wager if a home in New Orleans had more power outages than my home in the NW suburbs […]

Americana Still Life No. 2

Americana Still Life No. 2

I stumbled across this barn in Cary, Illinois. The local park district maintains the facility and surrounding fields, and the high-clouds and the late-evening sun made for a beautiful setting.

  • Eaves, Chris (Oct. 13, 2018). Americana Still Life No. 2 [Photograph]. Cary, Illinois. Shot on a Canon 6D at 40mm, 1/125 sec., f8.0 at ISO100

 
Art Prints

Sphere Regression

Sphere Regression

We’re almost to the end of my Montreal series. Today brings us part 9 of 10. The clear acrylic panels of the Montreal Biosphere burned away in a fire back in 1976, but the structure remains. Today it houses exhibits on climate, as well as […]

Epic Creek

Epic Creek

“Epic Creek” isn’t really the name of this creek in Yellowstone National Park, but that’s what I’m going to call it, anyway. Eaves, Chris (July 7, 2017). Epic Creek [Photograph]. Yellowstone National Park. Shot on a Canon 6D at 17mm, 1/50 sec., f13, ISO320


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