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Company TownHere's a commercial break to be happy about. Commercial filming on the streets of LA is on the upswing, which hopefully might mean there is a thaw in the nationwide economy as advertisers show more willingness to spend money. On-location......
In the fall, Sandy Stahlecker and her husband, Dan, visited Washington, D.C., where she snapped this shot of the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Like many photographers, she found the nation's capital rich territory. "Washington provides so many wonderful...
Brand XThe paparazzi target wasn't hard to find: It smelled distinctly of fish. Camera flashes cut across the softly lighted downtown Los Angeles restaurant, as the crowd at Ludo Bites jostled for the coveted photo â of the Columbia River king salmon confit....
Culture MonsterA self-described âcompulsive creator,â the late Dennis Hopper was as prolific behind a camera as in front of it. And not just making motion pictures, but still images, by the thousands. He photographed most avidly during the 1960s, chronicling the.......
Aerial photographer Bill Dewey can never forget the exhilaration he felt on his first airplane ride as a boy, flying among the clouds high above the Borrego Desert. "The magic of flying is astonishing," said Dewey of that initial flight courtesy of his...
Ralph Velasco was looking for photo ops during a drive through Carlsbad in April, when he came upon a worker tending a commercial flower farm. It's someplace he'd always wanted to photograph, and the picture seemed to set itself up naturally. "I saw the...
Tags: Travel, Trips and Vacations
Connie Harrington and her husband, Bernie, came across this scene during an after-dinner stroll in Amsterdam. On their three-week European trip this summer, the couple also took an eight-day Rhine River cruise. "It was thrilling to look out our...
Clark Woodford of Los Angeles was about 60 miles out to sea above Australia's Great Barrier Reef when he took this shot. "I love the view with the curvature of the Earth in the distance," Woodford says. He and partner, Bob Read, were on a helicopter...
Tags: Australia, Travel, Trips and Vacations
The end of Farrah Fawcett's life may have played out in the tabloids, but she belonged to us first. And by "us" I mean Generation X, generally, and the boys who cut their teeth chewing the plastic wrap off her rolled-up posters. She was our "first" --...
Culture MonsterAerial photographer Bill Dewey can never forget the exhilaration he felt on his first airplane ride as a boy, flying among the clouds high above the Borrego Desert. "The magic of flying is astonishing," said Dewey of that initial flight,......
If Anaïs Nin had a Nikon D3 and every celebrity in town on her BlackBerry, her photos would probably look a lot like those Deborah Anderson shot for the book, "Room 23." Anderson, a photographer whose distinctive sensuality is located somewhere between...
On a monthlong visit to China, George Scheutze and his wife, Carole Regan, of Laguna Niguel, went many places on an Elderhostel tour of the Asian giant, including "way out in the countryside" near Kaili, a village in Guizhou province. That's where he...
Tags: Travel, Trips and Vacations, China
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