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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple, a DesignSlinger photography primer

by Joe Zekas on 6/24/13

Frank Lloyd Wright‘s Unity Temple in Oak Park represented a startling new departure when it opened in 1908. It has since been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and nominated as a World Heritage site.

DesignSlinger is an always engaging, richly visual, frequently updated site that focuses on Chicago architecture. Proprietors Jim and Mitch delve into the history and the personalities behind our architectural treasures.

In the video DesignSlinger’s Jim Nedza leads a group on a tour of Wright’s Unity Temple, outlines his approach to photographing the building, and offers useful tips to help you take more interesting photographs of buildings. The tour benefited the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation.

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