What a cold & windy winter we have had in Los Angeles this year! Strong winds clear the air from dust and smog, which is good for panoramic time-lapse photography.
Behind The Scenes
This afternoon I went to one of the most popular spots for hiking and relaxing in the entire Los Angeles Metropolitan area, which is Runyon Canyon Park located in the Hollywood Hills.
This has been our first short trip to Boston, Massachusetts. Every time I plan for a trip to a new city I usually spend a significant amount of time doing research about where to capture the skyline and the availability of public transportation. I also make a list of public parks with nice views and the hours they are open so I go straight to the point when I arrive. The weather was fine the first day but we had to deal with temperatures dropping overnight for the rest of our stay.
This month Randy took the camera out to capture sunsets in this beautiful city. The weather has been almost perfect in August. Long days and colorful skies after 6 pm. We are constantly working on creating new material for our Québec Deluxe time-lapse photography project.
Today has been the busiest day for Randy and myself in New York City. I started capturing the clouds over midtown from Brooklyn’s Greenpoint and Randy went to Central Park and surrounding areas.
Today I went to Queens to capture the sunset from 40 Street – Lowery St, Queens Metro Station. The number of trains arriving at this station in the afternoon during rush hour is simply unbelievable.
Elysian Park is supposed to be a family-oriented space in the heart of Los Angeles. In fact, I have seen many birthday celebrations, BBQ gatherings, and even “movies at the park” events there. Unfortunately, vandals and drug addicts are frequent visitors as well.