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Hollywood #7

July 2, 2013

LosAngelesAllleysDotComHollywoodPhoto by Mark Hulbert | Used with permission

Downtown #18

June 20, 2013

LosAngelesAlleysDotComDowntown18 Photo by Jeremy Oberstein

Downtown #17

June 19, 2013

LosAngelesAlleysDotComDowntown25Photo by Barry Gilry | Used with permission

 

Mar Vista #2

June 18, 2013

ImagePhoto by Barry Gilfry | Used with permission

Echo Park #2

June 17, 2013

LosAngelesAlleysDotComEchoPark - Photo by Paul Michael Neuman | Used with permission

I was with [my daughter], heading to Origami Records on sunset (Thurston Moore there), and had parked the car on Glendale heading north (on the east side of Glendale, in front of, or just near, a stretch of small store), just a bit south of the sunset overpass, and ran back a bit to take the photo: looking east.

–Paul Michael Neuman.

Skateboarding in a Westlake Alley #3

March 8, 2013

We conclude with Taylor’s final shot, which speaks for itself:

Sean Bloom - back tailWestlake | Photo by Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, used with permission

See the whole series of Skateboarders in Alleys here and more of Taylor’s shots here.

Tune in next week for another series.

Skateboarding in a Westlake Alley #2

March 7, 2013

Continue our series, skateboarders in alleys, we stay in Westlake:

Austin Squire - front lipWestlake | Photo by Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, used with permission

The skate photos I shoot are almost always a collaboration between me and the skater.  So yes, they are usually set up to some degree.  When we get to a spot, if I’m not skating myself, then I’ll be snooping around looking for interesting angles while simultaneously talking with the skater(s) to see what tricks they are interested in trying.  Then I’ll envision the trick in my head and try to get an appropriate angle for that trick, which also places that trick within the context of the urban space.  Depending on the lighting and the location, I also sometimes will shoot with two external flashes which are linked up via radio transmitters.  This freezes the action in low light, but can also serve to emphasize the skater within a scene. – Taylor Fitz-Gibbon

Final shot tomorrow and see the whole series here.

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