Category Archives: street shooting

Infrared (IR) Photos — Newport Pier, Balboa Peninsula, CA

Infrared photography is great when there are lots of white clouds. Today, I just couldn’t resist going to the Newport Pier. While technically part of Newport Beach, CA, the Newport Pier is on the Balboa Peninsula. There are two piers on the Balboa Peninsula. The Newport Pier is the first one. Further down the peninsula […]

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Street Scenes – Main Street, Huntington Beach, CA

Huntington Beach wrestles with the problem of growth, economic development, and quality of life. At once, a tourist attraction and home to the locals, Huntington Beach civic leaders struggle to keep Surf City — a mecca for surfers and beach lovers — a safe family destination, as well as a home to a thriving nightlife […]

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LA from the Street

This is my 200th blog post. I know that doesn’t seem like many for those of you who blog nearly every day, but I started in April 2007, so that is just about one post a week. Continuing of my theme of ‘fake’ HRD, here are some shoots from Los Angeles street shooting expedition, along […]

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Union Station – Los Angeles

Recently, I went with a few photographer friends, from the [b] School, for a little street shooting in Los Angeles. Some of us took the train up from Irvine, Santa Ana, and Anaheim, in Orange Country to Union Station. Here are a few of the scenes that I captured. They also reflect my attempt at […]

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