I spontaneously decided to head down to Los Angeles this past weekend to scout high rise buildings for one of my architectural assignments. My dear friend and fellow photographer/videographer, Michael Nissman, kindly offered to be my tour guide (as I am not very familiar with the City of Angels) as well as my ‘behind the scenes camera-man’ to capture me at work in the big city.
We headed downtown to the historic bank and arts district, and I fell in love with a couple buildings there. Who knew the rooftop parking garage would serve as the perfect platform to capture the city at a distance! Below are a couple images I snatched quickly with my iPhone while I finish editing and processing my high resolution files.
I love dilapidated buildings with vintage signage.
Dappled light in full effect is always a treat.
I especially gravitated to the architectural details of this building which is on the same block as “The Last Bookstore” – a hidden treasure in downtown LA!
Hope you enjoyed the sneak peak and behind the scenes look at my architectural shoot. I look forward to sharing the final images on here very soon!