"Night Move"

by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Travel, USA, Chicago

Tags: night move chicago seeking critique

Category: Travel

Published: Friday 31st of March 2006 01:36:36 AM


Comments

Leo Burkey
Wilson Very creative and different approach. A unique vision that is just outstanding!

Massimo Santoni
Excellent! My compliments

Jose Rodriguez
Awesome! I keep coming back to look at this shot. The colors, mood and composition are simply amazing.

marcello rodarte
fantastic shot!!!! WOW

Drew Nguyen
yeah... a wizard of the perspective.. now the foreground, color, and the reflection...when the elements are there...superb image Wilson.

norman padley
drunks eye view???only joking!!! lovely pic good foreground interest, good reflections, good colours, good blur effect,good sharpness, good composition, i am not a lover of tilted shots but this does it well. very nice work. Norman

Kelvin Bernard
A fantastic capture. It's as though everything is being "reeled in" by the man-hole cover. Great use of image tilt to create a feeling of dizzying instability that works so well here. I love the perspective, which gives a feeling of how daunting a task it must be for a small rodent to cross the street on a busy rainy night.

Francisco Pinto
Superb!

Howard Dion
Totally original and amazing! BTW: Scrolling down makes for unusual visual experience.

Seven Stuartson
I like most the energy that is communicated; it is as if a separate planet - Chicago - is hurtling through a space called Night; that's the emotional tone I absorb without examing detail. Also impressive is the capture angle/ POV and dof....I am amazed that you've accomplished this with what I assume to be a compact p&s, possibly in the same family as the A540 I bought last week for on the fly shooting (I have been so disappointed by the noise, almost any pic worth keeping and shot over iso 100 has to pay a visit to Noise Ninja, and the iso 800 setting is a poor joke.) So I'm quite astonished not just by the lack of noise, but by the dof & the fact that you elected to push this camera to a point few would dare covet.

You mention 2 shots, would I be correct in assuming that focal points differed, hence the amazing depth?

Kay C
Awesome picture, and you are a really brave man! (the scene looks quite scary with running cars on a wet street.)

David D O`Brien
Brilliant. Love all your work particularly your sports pix.

Larry Boswell
Yes indeed! Astounding!

Luis Santos
6/6 Very well seen. You gave the scene the orientation it needed in order to become an interesting photo. Congratulations!

Dave Deacon
Excellent shot. The composition and colour are very good. I like the desrever size of the near and distant and the low level at an angle. I bet many a photographer would think 'what a pokey wet night, what the hell is there to shoot!' There is a shot anywhere at anytime - you only have to see it.

John Seward
Wils, I really think it's about time you were featured in POW. Your work is at least the equal of anything I've seen so far.

Jason Williams
Awesome shot, I think everyone else has said it all!

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Classic Tsoi! Wonderfully interesting composition, terrific color, huge man holecover :) (I actually feel like a little mouse peaking out of the manhole cover) Makes for an interesting world! Nice job! I just adore seeing through your eyes, the view is so interesting!

Keith Foster
Wizard You?re a genius Wilson! Keith

Richard Hans
Wilson, almost every thing has been written already about this picture, you really captured fresh after rain, happy to see the gift come with God__nicely reflection add more here..., deep in thought, another modernity composed!!! Best regards.

Ken Beilman
Wilson The perspective, colors, textures, and composition are wonderful. You are a master of reflections. Great work!

Umair Ghani
10+10 whirlwind of colors! beautiful!!!!!!

Bjorn Behr
WOW There is nothing more I can say!

Robert Murch
Wow Should be a picture of the week.... Night photography is a favorite of mine, and this one's spectacular.

Federico Calvo
Brilliant! This is a spectacular shot Wilson. Congratulations!

Gerry Tetz
You really maximized the energy of the shot by tilting the axis. Terrific work.

Patrick Di Fruscia
Awseome Incredible final results...I love you work Wilson

Alin Balanean
7/7 Simply wonderful, Wilson! Your technique is flawless and again a excellent composition! Your results are my dream achievements... My best regards!

seckin aziz top
superior talented i admire your point of view ...

Manuel Gonzalez
Simplemente extraordinaria en todo. Felicidades

Andre Campeau
Excellent shot. Great colours, very sharp and great compostition. Can't ask for more. I often see people taling about combining more than one shot. How is this done? Can someone point me in the right direction? Keep up the great work.

Kim Slonaker
You are getting such good results with combining images and your night shots, Wilson. Like I said before, I hope you are finding a market for these - very well done. I agree with the POW comment, too. It would be great to see one of yours there soon.

Cherlyn .
Look sparkling clean after the rain. Also looks like the city is moving with speed. Excellent night capture.

Lee Jianmin
I like this a lot. Everything here is jusr Excellent!!! 10/10

Jon Thornton
Another excellent shot.

Frank Melchior
Nice Wilson! Best one of the Chicago series, that drain cover really adds to the comp IMO. Got to love those wet streets.

Larry Boswell
"here, here!"

Will King
Sign me up for thw Wilson fan club. This is awesome. Nothing flawed about it. I love the idea of tilting the camera. I think it adds to the sense of movement. This is definitely in my top ten list.

Neil Murray
Fantasic shot Wilson. But I'm just a simple bloke, not very arty; why tilt it? I reckon it would look better the way it really is. Regards, Neil

Yongbo Jiang
Hi Wilson, Have to use 7/7 to bookmark this image. Do you have a sample using high dynamic range also include sun in the shot?

Yongbo Jiang
I like "A Porch with a View" the most. If I remember correctly, your A80 got water damaged. I hope the A620 won't be run over by a truck. :) This picture is outstanding.

Keith Novak
Of all the photos I have looked at on this forum ... this one draws me in. It's unbelievably good and the more I look (stare) at it the more I like it! Brilliant!

Mark Hansen
What I like about this photograph: I like the nighttime composition; I like the low angle, and the truck; I also like the way the street channels the viewer to the building in the background. What I think needs improvement: There is not one hint of shadow detail in this photo (yeah I know it is digital) they are all black; the color balance is off, the green lights are blue; and I am so utterly bored with the tilted architectural image that I fell asleep looking at your. Sometimes mass appeal means you have dumb things down--this is one of those cases.

Josh Levine
Awesome photo! Were you kneeling in a puddle when you composed it?

Eric Vaughan
Stunning shot! This is absolutely amazing shot Wilson. After seeing this one I checked out the rest of your portfolio, all I can say is WOW. You are very talented and the look you get after post processing your images is impressive. Well done, you will go far with your photography.

Naveed Malik
looking for words after looking at this shot, another thing i had to look for was words(: speechless!!!!

Duane Lokitis
Excellent! This photograph just pulls you right in! Awesome colors. Really great photograph. LOVE IT!

Rebecca Skinner
I love it!!!

Alex Craig
This is GREAT! I love the view point and the movement. Great work!

Mike B(Dallas)
Great shot. Is this natural color right from the camera or has it been worked?

Carolyn Barkow
Thank you for your inspiring shot, Wilson. I agree with all of the positive comments. Additionally, since there is so much attractive light movement and reflections, I'm wondering whether less storm drain would be appropriate or not tilting the image.

Lucy Nguyen
that is truly one of the most beautiful pictures i've seen. it's really amazing

Suresh Randadath
Fantastic One of the best night shots I have seen for a long time. Just love the richness of the colours and their reflection. I did not like the angled composition though. I would have gone for a straight vertical shot. Well Done!

Patrick Hudepohl
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Please note the following:

Paul Gresham
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi What can I say, Wilson was the first photographer I 'favourited' and who led me to being subscribed to PN. I constantly send his compact camera images, such as this, to friends that ask what camera they should buy. My favourite part of this image is the way in which the drain is made integral to the building reflection.

Dougity B
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi awesome shot. Without the foreground sewer cover, the shot would not be so interesting.

Ken Thalheimer
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi This is simply excellent. From DOF to exposure to the angle chosen for it's presentation. Congrats on POW Wilson

Pnina Evental
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi The angle is so different , the diagonal position leads imagination to think of a city in "outer space"... Very well done as usual Wilson, congratulations!

Trung Thai
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi I think the success of the photo was that you tilted the horizon line. It made the visual impact stronger in combination with the streak of light from the truck. Congratulations Wilson.

Gerson Iglesias
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Excelente lightning and motion, i also love the detail in the foreground, great atmosphere, best regards

Marc G.
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Great and dynamic angle, Wilson. As usual in your folders...:-) And technically excellent, taking full advantage of combining 2 exposures the right way. (As usual too, if I remember well your previous POW.) So, all is well and leaves very little space for criticism. You do clean and dynamic work on regular basis, and here is your second reward on PNet. Well done.

Erik Adams
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi I think some of the raw "city" feel of this photo comes from the brilliant idea to use a manhold cover for the foreground. Wilson has also taken full advantage of the reflection provided by the water on the road, which lights things up a bit more.

Timo Hartikainen
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi The wet street & reflections look good. I was thinking about crop from top to make it square, and not showing the building so much but I quess it's ok this way.

Kevin Flynn
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi I'm new here and posting for the first time. It appears my post will differ from the above. The image doesn't work for me for the reason that people like it. 1. The image is a time lapsed photograph using a tripod 2. As a result of the above, the framing / composition looks completely awkward and artificial to me 3. To use this angle suggests "letting go" or freestyle. And this framing creates the complete opposite effect. It screams "control" and "the objects being photographed are not important" 4. The image looks interesting to me with my glasses off (not joking). I think it would have worked for me, if it was completely out of focus. Or it would have worked for me if framed as we normally view the world.

Jan Olof Härnström
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Drunken frog. It's alert and very artistic. You make it look very easy, but it's not. Interesting and clever work. Regards J O

Julian Harrison
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi It is great the way that the foreground interest is enough to keep your eye on it for a while before being pulled along the street towards the base of the building. I guess this is achieved because the balance between fore/background is spot on and there are no other distractions. One of the fascinating things about photos with a strong foreground/background theme is that although the photo is two dimensional and your EYE does not need to refocus when moving around the image, your MIND will only allow you to focus on either the foreground or the background. As you change your attention from one to the other your mind throws the other part of the image out of focus, treating it as if it were three dimensional. Try it! You end up looking at pictures to see to what extent your mind takes you on a journey. (I would add that I wish I had the skill to 'see' this sort of possibility when deciding what to take pictures of. You have a great eye Wilson!).

Kenneth Booth
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi I think the diagonal framing is brilliant! It brings your eyes into the manhole cover, up the street to the building, and then entices you to follow the building up to the light at the top which points the way for your eyes to exit the photo. I learn something new every time I view one of your images. Now if I could just start seeing things the way you do when I'm holding my own camera. Wilson, as usual, great work.

Apostolos Spanoudis
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi This is on one of the best night-shots i've seen in PN.Very pleasant color, not overloaded with motion effect and brilliantly exposed.The diagonal crop, the reflections and the sewer cover give extra "volume" to the photo.Excellent work Wilson.Regards

Dario Fiumicello
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Superb reflections and wonderful colors! I wish i can take one like this some day :) congratulations!

James Niles
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi This photo doesn't work for me, either as a photograph or as an abstract art work. In fact, it looks like a mistake, the kind of thing that might happen as one is loading film or accidentally trips the shutter. Its dissonant in the same way that clutter is. I see no planning in the composition. The dark man-hole cover (thanks for telling us what it was) dominates the frame from the lower left, and is just a "what is that?" The weight and placement of everything in the frame is out of kilter. The recognizability of everything else just adds to the confusion and feeling that it is a mistake. It could work perhaps rendered completely abstract but the bright tall building would need to be a diagonal within a diagonal. I know that art and photography is not necessarily meant to make us feel good but I like to find some meaning in images. What was its title: "Discordia"? That might make me revise my opinion, as long as I don't have to view the image. Amazing though, only a couple of us to whom this photograph doesn't appeal. Two last questions: Did this look good through the shutter, aside from the indeterminancy of planned blurring? What about bracketing for composition, to at least have some other choices? Pictures usually don't improve as prints.

Scott Gardner
Multiple congratulations for "Night Move" First, congratulations on surviving a long exposure on a Chicago street! Congratulations too on evading the clutches of "Ome-hay And-lay Ecurity-say". The surveillance cams must have missed you. ;o) Some guy kneeling beside a manhole, pointing some thing at a Federal Building? We're lucky you're not on permanent holiday at "Antonomo-Gay Ay-Bay". Oh and congratulations too on a very well seen and constructed image. :D The interplay of color, geometric forms and texture make it dynamic and very strong. Your careful placement of the primary building and its reflection draw my eye in The accurate exposure and WB is important in that it gets the gold color of the Fed "right" and flows into the rest of the composition. The color of the blurred truck rushing toward it re-emphasizes the gold of the building without distracting from it. Did you get lucky? Or did you color the truck yourself? The manhole cover adds a real sense of depth to the composition. Without it the image appears quite flat. And you used a "cheap" "old" P&S to accomplish this! Thanks for proving again that the photographer makes the image and really good ones can do so with any decent gear. Cheers!/"Ott-Scay"

Keith Cottrill
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Congratulations! Well done my friend.

Michael Yount
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Congratulations! Well deserved and long overdue. I am a big fan of Wilson's folders, all well done. My personal favorites are his usually found in the Sports Forum. The capture and the expressions on the players faces are remarkable...Heck, even I know what a man-hole cover looks like.

Simon Uribe-Convers
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi WOW this is one of the best shots I've seen! It's fantastic!!

Brad Kim
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Wilson, My hearty congratulations on this photo's being chosen as Photo of the Week. This work deserves the honor!

Bill Egan
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Not such an artist as many of you are, although I did immediately know that was a man hole cover. A great shot that captures the energy of the night. As someone who worked many nights on the streets of Houston as a medic I can tell you this has that clean but edgy feel of the night after a rain. You always knew something strange was going to happen and it usually did. Thanks for a step back in time for me and an awesome photo. Bill

Jerry Spette
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Wilson, Great shot. The colors, exposure, unusual perspective, the depth of focus and the combination of moving and sill subjects came together perfectly. Congratulations on creating a maaaaaarvelous image for all to enjoy. Big Jerry

Cuong Tran
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi I love the tilted, the foreground man cover, the reflection, the blurred truck. It's like a scene from Spiderman movie. Congratulations on an excellent photo, one of many equally great photos in your portfolio.

Tim Power
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi fine piece of work. classic example of how point of view and elegant composition can lift what might otherwise have been a banal subject. congrats

Ray Hayward
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Invoked many a memory from my `days of future passed.` My days of living this close to mirrored building images feeling cold and wet have long since resolved themselves with age and maturity. Yes the image has great depth..took me back about 40 years. The clarity is excellent...a lot clearer than I remember it as a teenager thinking why am I here and do I still have my wallet..omg why is my head hurting. Regards Ray

Brian Brodeur
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Looks like LaSalle and Monroe St., in front of the Northern Trust Bank on the right, with Harris Bank on the left, trading floor alight, and Chicago Board of Trade straight ahead, Ceres on top. Cheers, Brian.

Patricia Waits
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Until I read the commentary with the photo I was not able to make heads nor tails of the scene due to the angle. While I guess as an "art" picture it is okay, I would not purchase a copy.

Eoin O'Neill
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi As the saying goes; every photographer under thirty thinks that a slanted composition is art itself, and every photographer over thirty just doesn't get it.

Jorge Soares
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Excellent capture, good colors

Barry Wylde
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi This is my first response also....My own definition of a camera is ..That while most people regard a camera as an instrument that records the image in front of it,in reality it is recording the image being recieved by the brain behind it...Congrats Wilson.You have put thought into this picture. For those who prefer the more static image of upright buildings,Well, you could have been coming off your motorcycle at the time due to the wet conditions. Great colour.More of us should get out at night with a camera. If it has any weaknesses,I think perhaps the stormwater cover tends to dominate more than it needs to.Still wish I had been able to take it all the same. Barry

Bill Tate
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Wilson, That diagonal format is just what this image needed. I looked at it as a vertical and although it's an interesting photograph, it is nothing to what it is made diagonal. Nice work and I cannot see anyplace to crop it much as I try. Impressive! Willie the Cropper

Jean Gordon
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Just wish someone was photographing you photographing this shot. How did you keep from getting run over? Awesome shot, I see something new every time I look, and I'm well over 30. I love that angle, would not crop at all. The sky adds just a touch of stillness to the shot. I like it a lot.

Salvador Penaloza
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Bravo ! A stunning piece of art, just great, I can only say FELICIDADES / best wishes //Salvador

Geoff Reeves
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Love the edginess,bright lights,and seemingly dead,with the obvious man hole cover,it catches my eye and allows me time enough to wander around the image, yet draws me back,only to let me go again,like a pin ball. Not sure about the angle.Too tense. However I love this image !

Geoff Reeves
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Sorry should read "dead end"

Greg Neils
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi On a wet night, I slide my motor cycle and had a view just like this in a different city. Everything is just amazing. Congrats.

Wilson Tsoi
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi I am grateful for having "Night Move" selected as POW and am thankful of all comments and critiques, be it positive or negative.

Paul G.: Thanks for your kind words and glad that you're now part of PN.

Doug B.: Thanks. I agree about the importance of this manhole cover.

Ken T.: Thank you for your comment.

Pnina: Always thankful for your visit.

Trung: Thanks. Indeed prior to framing this shot, I planned to capture the traffic lightstreaks for a sense of energy and knew right off the bat that I wanted a tilted horizon to enhance that aspect as well as a more interesting composition.

Gerson: Thanks for your comment.

Marc G.: I'm always very appreciative of your feedback. Although "Night Move" and "Cobblestones" were results of combining more than one exposures, there is a distinct difference in that in "Night Move," the two original exposures were made with exact same exposure settings (wide dynamic range isn't an issue) but with different traffic light streaks (used the A620 in-camera "Custom Drive" that shot multiple consecutive frames.) Meanwhile, "Cobblestones" is a result of three exposures, each exposed for highlight, mid, and shadow area and combined to obtain as wide a dynamic range as possible (pseudo HDR/digital ND-filter.) Hope this makes sense and thanks again.

Erik: Thanks for your feedback and assessment.

Timo: Thanks for comment and suggestion.

Kevin: Thanks for your critique and sorry to hear that time lapsed photography using tripod doesn't work for you, among other things.

Jan: Thanks for your feedback especially the reference to an intoxicated amphibian. ^_^

Julian: Thank you much and appreciate your near-far assessment and viewing method!

Kenneth, Apostolos, Dario: Thanks for your kind words and feedback.

James N.: Thanks for taking the time to critique. Sorry that it fails completely for you, but then again I shot this, first and foremost, "For me," and yes, it looked good when I composed it in camera and it's great looking as a 12x18 print. As for bracketing for composition, I do that mentally (previsualize) prior to framing this and while I have couple other variations, I find this presented version the most representative of my vision.

Scott G.: Thanks for your feedback and the concern. You're right, I don't want any part in "Antonomo-Gay Ay-bay"!

Keith C.: Thank you.

Daily Photograph
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi The "master of puddles" did it one more time! Unquestionably a most impressive view. The professional manual skills are outstanding. At some regions the impression becomes artificial, for example the red lights at the end and the colours at the right hand side. The strong sharpness at the left hand side - middle - strengthens this aspect. So let me call this style "hybrid" - in order to use a topic appellation :-))

Wilson Tsoi
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Michael Y.: Thank you much for vote of confidence and mentioning of sports photography.

Simon, Brad, Jerry: Thanks for your kind words.

Bill: Thanks for comment, especially your take from a perspective of your night profession!

Cuong: Thanks for your feedback and reference of this photo to Spiderman movie in which I agree (actually Batman might have worked even better. ^_^)

Len: Thanks for your comment and sharing your experience.

Tim: Appreciate your feedback.

Ray: Thanks for your feedback and commentary. I'm glad that it brings back some interesting memories.

Brian: It is indeed LaSalle (see detail tab above) and near Monroe. Thanks for the info on other buildings by the way.

Patricia: Thanks for your feedback even though you wouldn't purchase a copy.

Eoin: Thanks for your comment. However, the generalization about over thirty not getting the slanted composition might not be entirely true. I feel that it has more to do with what each individual think and feel and not age related.

Jorge, Barry: Thanks for your feedback.

Bill: Thanks for your comment and cropping attempts. I feel much relieve that even Willie the Cropper cannot crop. ^_^

Jean: Thanks for your feedback. The traffic was very light late at night and I was taking this photo only 1.5 feet away from side walk, so it wasn't that dangerous in term of traffic.

Salvador: Gracias.

Geoff: Thanks for your comment and the visual pinball reference!

Greg: Thanks. That's pretty funny. ^_^

Daily (RE): Thanks for your comment and always a pleasure to hear from you.

Wilson Tsoi
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Michael Y.: Thank you much for vote of confidence and mentioning of sports photography.

Simon, Brad, Jerry: Thanks for your kind words.

Bill: Thanks for comment, especially your take from a perspective of your night profession!

Cuong: Thanks for your feedback and reference of this photo to Spiderman movie in which I agree (actually Batman might have worked even better. ^_^)

Len: Thanks for your comment and sharing your experience.

Tim: Appreciate your feedback.

Ray: Thanks for your feedback and commentary. I'm glad that it brings back some interesting memories.

Brian: It is indeed LaSalle (see detail tab above) and near Monroe. Thanks for the info on other buildings by the way.

Patricia: Thanks for your feedback even though you wouldn't purchase a copy.

Eoin: Thanks for your comment. However, the generalization about over thirty not getting the slanted composition might not be entirely true. I feel that it has more to do with what each individual think and feel and not age related.

Jorge, Barry: Thanks for your feedback.

Bill: Thanks for your comment and cropping attempts. I feel much relieve that even Willie the Cropper cannot crop. ^_^

Jean: Thanks for your feedback. The traffic was very light late at night and I was taking this photo only 1.5 feet away from side walk, so it wasn't that dangerous in term of traffic.

Salvador: Gracias.

Geoff: Thanks for your comment and the visual pinball reference!

Greg: Thanks. That's pretty funny. ^_^

Daily (RE): Thanks for your comment and always a pleasure to hear from you.

Dave Dube
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi As Jayme stated, "Classic Tsoi"! Over the years, as I've looked at and enjoyed your photos, I wonder why I need a dSLR? I finally purchased a G9 in hopes of being able to create macros half as good as your works (and I mean, half as good).

Bravo Wilson!

Kristina Kraft
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi It's very creative. From compositional level, colors, scene it gives me a sense of lonely but dynamic night life. Is it the shunt at the front? The meaning is clear then. Every kind of world has it's own beauty. 7/7.

Samantha Pregenzer
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi i love it!

Phil Hawkins
Response to "Night Move" by Wilson Tsoi Great, great shot, well exposed, excellent EXCEPT: What's with the tilted horizon? This kills it for me. SO cliche'... and adds nothing to the image at all, IMHO.

Wilson Tsoi
"Night Move," a semi hauling down LaSalle Rained heavily, then stopped. Shot in front of Chicago Federal Reserve. Your thoughts are welcome.

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