There are usually dozens of 4th of July celebrations organized in Los Angeles every year so I drove to Mount Wilson to capture the fireworks from a panoramic perspective. The wind was slow so the smoke clouds floating over LA after the fireworks started are noticeable in the photographs.
Greetings from Silicon Beach, California! This part of the Greater Los Angeles area has been named as such due to both new and well-established technology companies conducting business there. Southern California is known for its beaches, surfing & skateboarding culture, and the incredible weather all year long. This video covers the following beautiful cities: • […]
Today is the first day of the demolition of the legendary and iconic Sixth Street Viaduct which connects the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles with the Boyle Heights neighborhood in East LA. Here are some behind-the-scenes photos I took while working on time-lapse sequences under the bridge. Most of the photos were taken with […]
We are back with a mini virtual tour of the Entertainment Capital of The World: Hollywood. First of all, a big thanks to everyone who has sent us emails with comments about our previous videos and a very special thanks to David (Australia), Jessica (Brazil), Aleksandra (Ukraine), Ine Kristine (Norway), and the staff at the […]
It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon when I drove to Mount Wilson to capture the sunlight reflected on the antennas. I found several spots in the area for capturing landscapes and sunsets. Unfortunately, the trip turned into a nightmare. There was a huge cloud covering the city and Downtown Los Angeles wasn’t visible. But the […]
Turnbull Canyon is a hilly area between the suburbs of Whittier and Hacienda Heights on the east side of Los Angeles County. In my opinion, this is the best location to photograph sunsets in Los Angeles any time of the year. Time-lapse photo sequences created from this place are simply amazing! While doing research about […]
It has been two and a half years since I embarked on this adventurous and ever-challenging project of documenting Los Angeles using the time-lapse photography technique. From scouting locations, planning, waiting for perfect weather conditions (which are rare in LA) to hiking and driving so many miles throughout the city always looking for a good […]
This is a collection of photos of the most interesting and unique signs I have seen while exploring the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
There isn’t much to say here as the photos speak for themselves!
Continuing with the series of time-lapse videos, TimeLAX02 includes photo sequences from Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley areas along with additional shots from Downtown Los Angeles and its surroundings. Hiking to Mount Lee to capture the city during the sunset behind the world famous Hollywood Sign involved taking four long walks uphill with 30lbs […]