San Francisco-based professional photographer Travis Jensen calls street photography is his true passion. When on a commercial assignment, he tries to find opportunities to capture what he calls “personal use snaps”.
The image below, shot with a 16-35mm lens, is one of those moments.
In L.A. last month, he met a local photographer while roaming downtown. The two hit it off, walked the streets and...Read more
Nina Agi photographed a dragonfly at rest and its similarly-oriented insect neighbor at a friend's home in Brentwood.
Agi took this photo on July 17 with a Canon Rebel T2i.
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Though Greg Vorobiov now calls Los Angeles home, he enjoys traveling back to his native San Francisco whenever possible to make images. He captured this photo of a hang glider at Fort Funston in the city's southwestern corner.
He wrote: "It was late afternoon and the cold salty wind was gusting and hollering as a lone hang glider steadied himself for a launch.
"Quickly, I rushed directly behind him...Read more
David Sanden photographed sunflowers growing in a small field at the Vintage Kennel Club, a dog ranch in Sonoma.
"These flowers were big and bold," he said. "Their color practically announced an invitation for a photograph."
Sanden took this photo July 3 with a Canon EOS 40D.
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For photographer Carla Richmond Coffing, inspiration comes in all forms.
Coffing’s professional photography is a reflection of her field notes from her evening walks around her Atwater Village neighborhood. The picture she made of this car with her iPhone is a glimpse into that notebook.
The photograph feels like an icon of a Los Angeles residential street, with its overgrown foliage, a spot of color...Read more
The charm of this photograph by Davin Tan is irresistible. The juxtaposition is just so earnest and authentic, one can’t help but smile at it.
Walking down Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, Tan noticed the movie posters first, then the woman. He waited as she strolled down the street. The framing of the moment plays so well off the advertisements, and the layers keep you engaged.
Tan noticed the...Read more