11-30-13 Jr. Wranglers tournament in San Diego
Here’s a couple of shots I liked from my nephews tournament today. Normally I would sit on these for a while before going through and posting them but my sister gets annoyed that she never sees these photos that way so… here you go.
"Cups (‘Pitch Perfect’s’ ‘When I’m Gone’)" - Anna Kendrick
8 Minutes of the Earth’s Rotation
How I wish our planet’s movement was this apparent while staring at the night sky. It could probably make a lot more people realize just how tiny we are compared to this vast unexplored galaxy above our heads.
This is a stack of 70 pictures with a 5 second exposure each at ISO 3200 and f/2.2.
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil
Dropping off flyers at the Culver Hotel for tonight’s opening!
I fell in love with Culver City the minute I moved here in 1998. As I have grown and changed in the past 15 years, I seen the city do the same. Businesses and the flourishing community around it have made this little town the place to be. Such diversity in culture, people and art add to the old Hollywood history behind “The Heart of Screenland.”
Right in front of Native Foods in Downtown Culver City is where my wife and I met Tamar and her husband, since then all four of us have become good friends. At that point, I had been shooting for a good couple of years and remember chatting photography up with Tamar who was interested in getting a decent camera of her own. The day came when she figured out which one she wanted and I went with her to pick it up, she was both excited and nervous.
It wasn’t long before I suggested how cool it would be to shoot Culver City and then do an exhibit to demonstrate our passion for this special part of Los Angeles. For over a year now, we’ve enjoyed shooting, editing, and printing. Finally, our ode to Culver City is ready. Our exhibit “I Heart Culver City” opens at the Sol Salon this Saturday night!
These days, you’re more likely to see people snapping tourist photos through Instagram rather than using a conventional camera.
In an effort to capture this phenomenon, Bruno Ribeiro created Real Life Instagram, where he uses the Instagram overlay with a physical filter.