Hey hey from outskirts of L.A.
I love this board. It's great to see some serious dialogue about art and technique.
My day job is as a criminal appellate attorney. A majority of my work is appointed by the Court of Appeal. However, I've had some interesting cases and clients over the years. (http://adzlaw.com/index.php?option=c...&id=2&Itemid=9)
I've been shooting a variety of film and digital, with some seriousness, for the last 20 years. In the last three years, I've shored up my work and I am starting to do pro gigs.
I dig looking at other people's work. I work my subject matters so thoroughly that I get burnt on my own stuff.
I get to Hollywood about three times a week, for one reason or another. Los Angeles and Hollywood is a place to discover and rediscover constantly. There's such a love-hate relationship with it.
Welcome from a Riversider..
Matt's Photo Site
"I invent nothing, I rediscover". Auguste Rodin
Welcome, Tony... from Scottsdale.
Just went to Hollywood and LA over Christmas break with the family. Wanted to shoot Hollywood Blvd at night with the big cameras but the weather didn't cooperate, so I shot "another format". Got some cool shots... pics here... http://rcodaphotography.blogspot.com...1_archive.html
Do you have a website with your (photo) work?
Welcome from Montana. I just love looking at all the wonderful work that everyone submits here and on their own websites also. I've got to spend more time shooting and less time looking if I'm going to improve though?!!
Welcome, from the Sh'oaks. That's Sherman Oaks. Snow's coming, get out and shoot!
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Hey, hey from the in skirts of LA.
Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!
Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
Welcome from Richmond, Va. I would love to visit LA and Hollywood one day.
Hi Tony, welcome and Howdy,I'm over here in Norwalk.Use to get up to LA to shoot about 20 years ago. Mike C
Hi. Very cool work. I like the train platform detail. Also, the Getty is a great place. I love the lighting throughout the buildings.
Originally Posted by rcoda
My website is at: http://zinnanti.net
Hollywood would be tough with a large format camera. I can get away with my Mamiya C33. But, I'm usually running with a 35mm (EOS-1N) and my lovely leaky Holga.
Your black and white portfolio is great. The drift and clouds image is wonderful.
Originally Posted by wildbill