Greg Auerbach in Hollywood #Einstein
Front of GBA Studio
4000 sq/ft in the middle of historic Hollywood in Los Angeles
Dolores Del Río Mural by Alfredo Batuc
Dolores Del Río, 1990
By Alfredo de Batuc
6529 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
“Dolores Del Río” is part of SPARC’s Neighborhood Pride Mural program, whose intent is to create and represent the various cultural identities throughout Los Angeles neighborhoods. While it may not be a stretch to fathom how a 1920s movie star can be representative of Hollywood, the significance of the mural lies much deeper than the glitz and glam of the city. “In [the] Hollywood film industry, white supremacy is very mainstream,” de Batuc says. So when de Batuc responded to the call for artists for the Neighborhood Pride Program, he knew “that the subject matter was going to be Mexican—not necessarily about Mexican culture but about someone who was Mexican and contributed or was a prominent member of the Hollywood establishment in the past.” “That’s why I chose Dolores Del Río, de Batuc continues.
Summer fun at Hollywood & Highland
Cooling off on a hot summer’s day in the courtyard fountain at Hollywood & Highland.. . .
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Gandhi Mural on Google Street View
Fantastic Gandhi portrait by @LeviPonce in Canoga Park, California
Follow Your Heart is my go to place whenever I’m in the west valley. I love it here. In addition to the healthy food you can enjoy in the cafe, there’s a hidden gem: local boy Levi Ponce created a beautiful mural in the back so be sure to go around outside and have a look! It’s a portrait of Gandhi, who once said “Where there is love there is life.”
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#leviponce #fyhmarketcafe #canogapark #littleplanet #tinyplanet #googlestreetviewtrusted #murals #publicart#followyourheart❤️ #gandhiquotes #gandhi #mahatmagandhi #360photo #equirectangular #fusion360 #goprofusion
Front Row @ the Hollywood Pantages Theatre #GoProFusion
Testing GoPro Fusion. Settings: ISO 400, JPG, Protune. Adjustments: leveled in Fusion Studio. Vibrance and curves adjustment in Photoshop.
IVRPA 2018 - Closing Dinner at the Miraikan
Kazuhiro Kageyama is one of the earliest panoramic photographers from Japan who shot with film back in the day. Held up for the camera is a large panoramic poster for a JR Fukushima advertising campaign from 2001, showing trains from all over the country.
In the late 90s my father went to Japan to work as an art director for Universal Studios Japan located in Osaka. He taped several photos together of the project as it came together into different stages of development with Scotch tape. He said he learned to do it from the Japanese team. Well, if you look down on the table in this picture, Kazuhiro has several panoramas taped together from the 90s with Scotch tape!
Boom! Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant Opening Act in 360 Video
Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku
Mitchell Caverns in 360 Video
In this video, California state park ranger Andrew Fitzpatrick gives a tour of Mitchell Caverns, located in a remote stretch of the Mojave Desert east of Barstow. Mitchell Caverns are the only limestone caves in the California State Park system. After being closed for nearly seven years due to major infrastructure upgrades, Mitchell Caverns reopened in November 2017. LPT: Reservations are required so don’t just show up and expect to get a tour. They’re limited to Friday through Sunday, 2x’s each day with only 15 people each. Also, no tripods are permitted to protect these fragile formations so the Ricoh Theta was the perfect solution. Check out more 360 photos of Mitchell Caverns on Google Maps here: https://goo.gl/U4KVEk
Experience Mitchell Caverns in 360! #mojave
Hidden in a remote stretch of the Mojave Desert east of Barstow, Mitchell Caverns are the only limestone caves in the California State Park system.
After being closed for nearly seven years due to major infrastructure upgrades, Mitchell Caverns reopened in November 2017. I went this past weekend and it was amazing! There were spectacular and intricate limestone formations including stalagmites, stalactites, helictites, lily pads, draperies, curtains and cave coral.
LPT: Reservations are required so don’t just show up and expect to get a tour. They’re limited to Friday through Sunday, 2x’s each day with only 15 people each. Also, no tripods are permitted to protect these fragile formations so the Ricoh Theta was the perfect solution.
Check out more 360 photos of Mitchell Caverns on Google Maps here.