Jeff Amlotte joined the Los Angeles Times in 1999 and has been a video journalist since 2007. Among his various roles, he’s been a lab technician, digital imaging specialist and video editor. His passion for photography, film and cinematography was born when he received a Polaroid Land camera when he was 9. Since then, he’s pursued black-and-white landscape photography as a way to linger in nature’s beauty.
Commuters passing through Union Station on Tuesday found themselves in the Roaring ’20s, or at least Los Angeles Opera’s facsimile of that era, during a one-night pop-up event with costumed singers, burlesque dancers and live jazz.