An ongoing nighttime series on urban trees and their locations. We pass these behemoths every day, barely noticing them. Yet they both guard and dominate our homes. Seen from overhead they blanket the city. Photographed at night on 4x5 film. Straight photography; no compositing. Technically challenging.
Ethan Pines is an award-winning photographer who grew up on a small ranch in Los Angeles, headed east for college (U. Penn) and graduate school (Columbia), then returned to Los Angeles to pursue his calling. He is a master at crafting light, composing images, staging stories and creating visual drama. He has photographed ad campaigns for Universal Studios, Casio, Chambord, HomeAway and others, and his work has appeared repeatedly in Wired, The New York Times, Los Angeles magazine, Angeleno and The Wall Street Journal, and. His images have been honored by the Communication Arts Photo Annual, the American Photography Annual, the International Photography Awards and American Photo’s Images of the Year. He is also an Eagle Scout and a Nitrox-certified scuba diver. More at www.ethanpines.com.