On location

by - April 05, 2018

Whenever I am on location for a video shoot or an event, I make it a point to stop for a few minutes and take in the view.

There is something to be said about nature and the beauty it presents. Here in California, we have had our share of rainstorms, albeit short, and some even measurable amounts of rain or snow (yes, snow), it typically brings with it breathtaking landscapes. You can almost bet that if I have my camera (OK, smartphone) on me, the photographer in me comes out and I will position myself to capture that moment (hopefully).

Using the panoramic setting on my iPhone, I took this lovely 360-degree photo of Eaton Canyon in Pasadena while on location with a documentary filmmaker, who was also onsite taking B-roll footage for a project we were working on. Not pictured and adjacent to this particular location, the riverbed was flowing with a steady stream of rainwater from a recent two-day and much-needed storm that covered a good portion of SoCal.

Eaton Canyon, Pasadena, Calif.

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