New York City, Detroit, portraits and California poppies
I was practicing using my trigger remote today by trying to get the blur of a dart in mid-air.
My brother, center, and two friends practice playing music during a long summer evening in southern California a few nights ago. This was taken with a several-second exposure with the light coming from my friend Sergio’s (on the left) cell phone camera. Their band is called the ruff draft and you can check out their […]
Went on a Los Angeles day trip to the Getty Center and Santa Monica yesterday.
This is my newsroom, where I work as a copy editor for The Daily Titan, my college newspaper. I took these tonight during production to show a few of the editors as well as my computer and workspace. The guy in the white with a pen in his mouth in the first and last picture […]
Associated Students Inc. Productions (ASIP) put on a Maui Madness party in the Quad at Cal State Fullerton Monday. The event had free Juice it Up smoothies, limbo, coconut bowling, and a photo booth and Hawaiian luau clothing to wear for pictures. Here is me (left), my brother Daniel (center), and my friend Muhammed (left) at […]
At sunset on Friday, my brothers and I took a stroll over to Shapell Stadium, home of the Yorba Linda High Mustangs, to watch the homecoming game against the Esperanza Aztecs. I then hiked up a dirt hill across the street from the stadium to get these photos.
Read the full article here in the Daily Titan. Constitution Day festivities were kicked off at Cal State Fullerton with a panel that examined hot-button issues including health care, immigration and the 2012 elections at the Becker Amphitheater Thursday. About 80 students braved the heat to attend the noontime panel, “Contemporary Challenges to the U.S. […]
I’m playing with the near and far theme here, juxtaposing a near sun and a far sun in the photo. One sun is two or three centimeters away from my lens, the other about 93 million miles. I’ll let you guess which is which. Anyway, I took this photo right before sunset in my backyard, […]
I worked 15 hours as a poll worker clerk in the California primary election Tuesday, helping voters cast their votes. This is our polling location, a newly-remodeled house nestled in the hills of east Yorba Linda. It is a small precinct, only having 825 voters in a dozen streets. We had a great view: As it was […]