Los Angeles is arguably one of the most photogenic cities in the world. We want to share this guide with those who want to visit Southern California and are willing to dedicate some time exploring the city.
There are many interesting spots to capture the sunset in the South Bay. Today I went to the Palos Verdes Peninsula again but it was my first time photographing from the area called the San Ramon Reserve.
Ela Park is located in Lincoln Heights, a suburb that is 100% Hispanic therefore good Mexican food is available everywhere. From juicy burritos to crunchy tacos and grilled chicken with lots of garlic, East L.A. is the place for all your spicy cravings.
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.
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.
Today was a day for car enthusiasts in Los Angeles. The annual Downtown Burbank Car Classic Show was a hit. Lots of people, amazing atmosphere, cool cars, music and a wide variety of food from local restaurants.
Every Los Angeles suburb has practically a piece of history attached to it and Pasadena is not an exception. Today I went to explore that city for photogenic spots and stopped by the Casa Grande neighborhood where Edward and Alex Van Halen grew up and formed their band.
On my way to Twenty Nine Palms I stopped by a wind farm located in North Palm Springs for a quick time-lapse photo sequence as the scenery of those giant turbines and the clouds was irresistible; then I drove to the Sky’s The Limit Observatory and Nature Center before getting into Joshua Tree. There was a special event for astronomy enthusiasts open to the general public at the observatory.