Los Angeles Inversion

Los Angeles Inversion

Los Angeles Inversion – Downtown Los Angeles, California, USA

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“Los Angeles Inversion” was captured from above the marine layer at the Griffith Park Observatory across eight miles of fog covering everything other than the highest towers in Downtown Los Angeles. The building with the needle is LA’s new landmark tower Wilshire Grand, the tallest building west of Chicago.

Copyright 2017, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

Nikon D810 DSLR Nikkor AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f-2.8D ED, exposure:  f/6.3, 1/500 sec., ISO 64, exposure program: Aperture Priority, shutter: M-up mode, Vello ShutterBoss Wireless Remote Timer Switch, Manfrotto 3221 tripod with Manfrotto 3047 studio headdepth of field measurement: Simple DoF Calculator app.iPhone 6 +, capture date and time: 3/12/2017, 8:56 am, post processing: 32-bit HDR, Photoshop CC 2017, Adobe Camera RAW, Adobe Bridge.


6 thoughts on “Los Angeles Inversion

    • Thanks Shannon. The universe alines for me when I’m in the right place at the right time. It is impossible to wipe the smile off my face!

      Since you have the eye, your photos deserve a little post processing. If you have a Mac, you can use your Photos app. It simple and easy to make a few tweaks, and it’s free.


  1. How beautifully this flowing river of clouds demonstrates the contrast between the natural world and the manmade world that coexist in the city of Los Angeles. This is a magical image.

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    • Whenever it rains in Los Angeles, I think that Mother Nature is cleansing the city. This looks more like a steam cleaning.

      The image is magical because Mother Nature always brings it. It is she that has the powers. I’m merely a disciple.

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