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.
I have to start by saying that this premiere was both scary and obscure from the audience’s perspective. I arrived earlier than usual and could walk around to scout for the best spots to take photos and record videos from.
Today I went to the Hollywood Boulevard to document another movie premiere. This time the cast of the Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw took the spot light.
It was a hot summer afternoon with temperatures above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. I arrived an hour before the event and the boulevard was already packed with movie fans waiting for their favorite actors to get photos and autographs.
One of the most expected films of 2016 is finally here: The newest chapter of Captain America.
Marvel fans consider this production as an Avengers movie, however actor Chris Evans has said: “Even though there are a lot characters, the focus is on Steve and his struggle. Especially his struggle with Tony Stark…”
This video includes photo sequences from the Hollywood Boulevard, the Sunset Strip and the Hollywood Hills but we also included the Hollywood Tower, which was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1988. Each one of the areas came with its own set of difficulties.
It was a lovely Sunday afternoon when the stars of the Terminator Genisys film arrived at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood to interact with the media and meet their admirers. This was an incredibly thrilling experience!
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 of camera gear, a powerful flashlight, snake-guards and a can of bear spray (to be somehow protected against wild animals) but being up there was a totally amazing experience. This iconic landmark is protected by a technological fortress, surrounded by a regular fence to stop visitors (and vandals) from trespassing and getting close to the sign, which is strictly prohibited. The sign is monitored 24/7 with infrared surveillance cameras.