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January 12, 2014#

Sunset Surf


Sunset Surf by David Delgado

Since started learning more about photography I’ve been exploring places I didn’t pay much attention before. Huntington Beach was one of them and it was terrific. It was sunset during May and the waves were still really nice; nothing like where I live. I used my Canon 7D, the Lensbaby Composer Pro with Double Glass Optic to create the blur & distortion effect of the photograph, and I converted it into black and white using Silver Efex Pro 2. Location: See Map

January 5, 2014#

Los Angeles, California


Los Angeles, California by David Delgado

Pacific Park at the historic Santa Monica Pier- Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California Location: 34°0’29” N 118°29’52” W See Map

January 3, 2014#

Malibu Sunset


Malibu Sunset by David Delgado

I’ve been living in Los Angeles for many years, this was my first time at the Malibu canyons. I reached to the top of mountain and it was great! I thanked Bobby Gibbons for sharing this location in one of his photos; that’s how I got there. View of the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Barbara Island all the way across. Location: 34°4’7″ N 118°41’24” W See Map

January 2, 2014#

Big Sur


Big Sur by David Delgado

I stayed in San Francisco for a few days I wanted to drive to Los Angeles taking the Pacific Coast Highway. It was a beautiful drive! I’ve been wanting to go back to Big Sur that I might plan to stay there soon. The photograph was shot almost during sunset at the Pfeiffer Big State Beach, is a must-see place if you are visiting Big Sur. Location: 36°14’18″N, 121°49’0″W See Map

December 31, 2013#

Queen Mary


Queen Mary by David Delgado

The Queen Mary – Long Beach, Los Angeles, California. I took this photo one year ago, when I came home, I went thru the photos I took of the Queen Mary I was not really happy with results, so I left those photos behind and moved on. It was until now I went thru those photos again and I noticed I did a good job shooting the big ship. I enhanced the photo using my favorite new tool Nik Collection Analog Efex Pro. I’m happy with the final result. Location: 33°45’11″N, 118°11’29″W See Map