I recently became a follower of Bob Borson, he has a blog called “Life of an Architect” where he blogs about Architecture and other cool stuff.
He recently wrote an article on 30 questions to ask before selecting a contractor, doing your homework could save you time, headaches and most of all money or you can just hire a clown.
I was looking through my old photographs of last year and I found this image.
Market Street, San Francisco, near China Town.
This sundial is located in Culver City, is on a nice hill the overlooks Culver City.
It’s a nice area to go walking. There is also a baseball field.
Here is a view from a park in Culver City that I sometimes go to see anything other than concrete. I’ve been taking many pictures of the Landscape but I can’t help with the views and the clouds. I sometimes come here around lunch time. Just to get away from the City.
The only drawback to taking photos at the Getty is that as a visitor you are now allowed to use a tripod.
So HDR is out of the question, but if you have the time you can take fair shot without it. I would like to go back with a permit or someway to use a tripod.
If you know how to get a permission to use a tripod at the Getty please comment.
We took the kids to a local park in Burbank, I took a few shot of the kids and my wife.
We were about leave because of the rain. I had the camera on the tripod because we had just taken a few shots, I saw the curved and the colors were so awsome from this view. So I decided to make an HDR. I’ve learning about HDR from a great website (stuckincustoms) he has great tutorials and great images.
I hope you enjoy.
Looking north towards Beverly Hills and Sherman Oaks over the hill
Samitaur Tower by Architect Eric Owen Moss
View of a park
St. Augustine Church