BuiltWithNOF

 

 

newjasbanner7

Photography

February 2011

Home (latest issue) | Recent Photography | Image Archives | Guest Photography | The International Desk | About This Site | Search This Site | Just Above Sunset Commentary


Thursday, February 10, 2011 Under the Eagles

First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard

The First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) 6777 Hollywood Boulevard built in 1927 and until 1932 the tallest building in Los Angeles. It was designed by the architectural firm Meyer and Holler and was one of the Metropolis backdrops for the Superman television series. And as for the heroic style of this, think about 1927 March 13 Fritz Lang's Metropolis debuts in Germany May 11 the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is founded May 21 Charles Lindbergh lands in Paris October 4 carving begins on Mount Rushmore October 6 The Jazz Singer opens November 12 Trotsky is expelled from the Soviet Communist Party, leaving Stalin in charge, and the same day the Holland Tunnel opens. This is from that world.

First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard
First National Bank Building (Hollywood First National Bank) - 6777 Hollywood Boulevard

If you wish to use any of these photos for commercial purposes I assume you'll discuss that with me. And should you choose to download any of these images and use them invoking the "fair use" provisions of the Copyright Act of 1976, please provide credit, and, on the web, a link back to this site.

Technical Note:

These photographs were taken with a Nikon D200 the lenses used were AF-S Nikkor 18-70 mm 1:35-4.5G ED, or AF Nikkor 70-300 mm telephoto. The high-resolution photography here was modified for web posting using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 software.

Home (latest issue) | Recent Photography | Image Archives | Guest Photography | The International Desk | About This Site | Search This Site | Just Above Sunset Commentary

All text and photos unless otherwise noted, Copyright © 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 - Alan M. Pavlik

[February 2011] [The Undead] [Old Faces] [Live On Stage] [Old Balconies] [Just an Owl] [Otherworldly] [American Values] [Art Bombs] [Monkey Sky] [Standouts] [Strange Whites] [Local Dancers] [All Quiet] [Walking Hollywood] [Urban Hollywood] [Pier Work] [Art Work] [Winter Gulls] [In Character] [Another World] [Under the Eagles] [Obey Red] [Obey Black] [Quite Common] [Glowing] [Emptiness] [Art Markers] [Love Day] [Not Forgotten] [Remembering] [On Revolution] [Eye Work] [Eschatology] [Oscars Soon] [Light Play] [Pop Detour] [Assertiveness] [Floating Free] [The Usual] [Up in Hollywood] [LA Residue] [At Highland] [Getting Serious] [Too Much Sun] [Vacancy] [Pleasure Pier] [Ocean Art] [Highly Political] [In La-La Land] [Face Time] [Rain Damage] [Mocking Fame] [Yummy Information] [Drawing Blanks]

Counter added Sunday, March 25, 2007 - 11:00 am Pacific Time

Statistics