Guest Post: Jim Dandy Entertainment on the first #ReKonEvent

Read a ReKap of the first ReKon Event on our stage of the short film “Young Love,” written by director Jacob Keller.

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The downtown L.A. skyline in 1951, 1979 and 2014. Our image specialist Scott Harrison found the unpublished 1979 negative and decided to match it from the same spot: the top of City Hall. He added a photo from 1951 for comparison.
"Also of interest," he writes, “the 1951 photo was shot on 4 x 5 sheet film, the 1979 photo on 35 mm film and the current photo on an iPhone.”
Photos, from top: Ellis R. Bosworth / Associated Press, Bruce Cox / Los Angeles Times, Scott Harrison / Los Angeles Times
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latimes:

The downtown L.A. skyline in 1951, 1979 and 2014. Our image specialist Scott Harrison found the unpublished 1979 negative and decided to match it from the same spot: the top of City Hall. He added a photo from 1951 for comparison.
"Also of interest," he writes, “the 1951 photo was shot on 4 x 5 sheet film, the 1979 photo on 35 mm film and the current photo on an iPhone.”
Photos, from top: Ellis R. Bosworth / Associated Press, Bruce Cox / Los Angeles Times, Scott Harrison / Los Angeles Times
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latimes:

The downtown L.A. skyline in 1951, 1979 and 2014. Our image specialist Scott Harrison found the unpublished 1979 negative and decided to match it from the same spot: the top of City Hall. He added a photo from 1951 for comparison.
"Also of interest," he writes, “the 1951 photo was shot on 4 x 5 sheet film, the 1979 photo on 35 mm film and the current photo on an iPhone.”
Photos, from top: Ellis R. Bosworth / Associated Press, Bruce Cox / Los Angeles Times, Scott Harrison / Los Angeles Times
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latimes:

The downtown L.A. skyline in 1951, 1979 and 2014. Our image specialist Scott Harrison found the unpublished 1979 negative and decided to match it from the same spot: the top of City Hall. He added a photo from 1951 for comparison.

"Also of interest," he writes, “the 1951 photo was shot on 4 x 5 sheet film, the 1979 photo on 35 mm film and the current photo on an iPhone.”

Photos, from top: Ellis R. Bosworth / Associated Press, Bruce Cox / Los Angeles Times, Scott Harrison / Los Angeles Times


Independent production in Hollywood is very speculative, and can be tons of work up front. Creative pitches, development, budgets, and locations may all have to be figured out before a project is official. It can be frustrating to do this work and have the project fall through, but I have learned that this is not wasted time. It is actually a time for relationship building and an opportunity to develop your skill set.
-Justin Bell, Producer 

Comic Strip drawn by Karen Rich. 

Independent production in Hollywood is very speculative, and can be tons of work up front. Creative pitches, development, budgets, and locations may all have to be figured out before a project is official. It can be frustrating to do this work and have the project fall through, but I have learned that this is not wasted time. It is actually a time for relationship building and an opportunity to develop your skill set.

-Justin Bell, Producer 

Comic Strip drawn by Karen Rich. 

Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
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Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info
Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.
ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.
See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/
Zoom Info

Photographing at parties is fun. You get some of the most interesting photos of people.

ZogSportsLA held their end of season party at The Garage in Culver City.

See more at http://www.photorath.net/Sports/Zog-Sports/Summer-14/Zog-End-of-Season-Party-Summer-1/


Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 
I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series. 
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Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 
I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series. 
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Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 
I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series. 
Zoom Info

Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 
I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series. 
Zoom Info

Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 
I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series. 
Zoom Info

Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 
I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series. 
Zoom Info

Is there any film or television depiction that you feel accurately portrays the process of construction? 

I’m not up on all construction related films but I guess APOCALYPSE NOW is a good representation of what happens when trying to build something. 

Read More from Amanda Scarano Carter’s (ReKon Studio Project Manager) interview from our Summer with ReKon series.