Secret Meetings in Hollywood

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Daily Photo – Secret Meetings in Hollywood

This photo was taken in Los Angeles (Santa Monica to be exact) after I got finished with one of those Hollywood Power-Lunches you always hear about. I’m not yet ready to talk about it… but I just wanted to put out a little teaser for you. I’ll be sure to put out the full story when it is ready to be told.

So, anyway, after the meeting I took my camera and tripod across a few streets over to the beach. I’m not sure, but I’m fairly certain this is where they filmed the opening to Three’s Company. It’s burned into some deep layer… strange bits of my 70’s brain were firing away as I was walking down the coast. The palm trees and the blue sky — they were so LA — so I set up to grab a shot.

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  • http://bit.ly/FlickrHDR Chris

    Love the great colors and how well the sun is controlled yet so much detail is still visible – especially in the palm tree. Great work!

  • http://JapanDave.com David LaSpina / JapanDave

    Cool clouds. Looking forward to the newsletter. Wow.. you have a lot of subscribers..

  • http://momoc.sumasu.com Daily Malaysia HDR Photo

    I love beahc..I love beach in HDR Photography especially well process like this..about the news letter no wonder nothing arrived in my inbox mail

  • http://www.fluidr.com/photos/ignitor ignite

    Great photo! love the blue blue sky!!! the mask-painting could be better on the coconut tree trunk

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gail-Stayton-Moshier/513775196 Gail Stayton Moshier

    Beautiful photo of the fence, Palm tree, beach and sky, I love it!!! Thanks for sharing, Trey, have a great week!! :-)

  • Mike Diblicek

    Wonderful shot Trey,
    Just bought your E-Book with bonus, i must say it’s very well written and very well thought out, certainly something i have been thinking about doing for a while, since i’ve just got back into photography since the beginning of the year.
    What with file sizes being so huge nowadays, this is a a real must.
    Great stuff Trey.
    All the best
    Mike

  • Zippi

    Such a lovely picture. Really brings the summer ‘feel’ I like very much. I wish my camera could handle HDR photography a little better, but being a student with hardly any money wont allow me to upgrade.

    Can’t wait for the next one!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks very much!

    Mike – glad you like the ebook!

  • Dennis

    Trey, can you read my mind? The ebook is exactly about the things, that i was thinking about for the last 2 month!!! Thank you so much for that. Oh, nice picture by the way! ;)

  • http://josealbanilphotography.blogspot.com/ Jose

    Picture amazing as always. I think you are very close to where I proposed to my ex-wife. That spot looks familiar. And the map thing was cool. Great to see where all the fans are at. Have you anything like that map that shows everywhere YOU have gone so far? That would be amazing. Might be easier to show where you have NOT been.

  • casusan

    Wonderful shot Trey – the sky is awesome!The newsletter is first class as usual – Thanks!

  • http://www.momentaryawe.com/blog Catalin

    Hi! I always like looking through your shots, but this time I’m quite surprised by the masking around the palm tree trunk and even a bit around the top of the tree. The difference in the sky colour is quite obvious and it’s a shame because otherwise the shot looks great.

  • http://www.stephennesbittphotography.com Stephen Nesbitt

    Dear little Adelaide in South Australia didn’t show up.

  • todd

    I did not receive the newsletter this morning.

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