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    Try New Orleans, the French Quarter specifically. Tons of great places to take pictures and a great city to see. over 6 years ago

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    Chicago lakefront and skyline in the summer is tough to beat. Great vantage point from either Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, or Navy Pier. Also, check out Millennium Park. over 6 years ago

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    New Orleans is indeed great but I live in Chicago and also agree with paint the map. Especially for it's architecture. Check out the architecture foundation for boat, walking, trolley etc. tours which could provide information on what you're photographing: http://www.architecture.org/
    Also worth noting the free view from the John Hancock building restaurant Signature Room at the 95th. The views from the bathroom cannot be beat. http://www.signatureroom.com/Home/

    And of course the obvious NYC incl. Coney Island for photography over 6 years ago

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    The key to great architectural photography is always look at the second floor on up. The street level is always being "updated" over 6 years ago

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