Framework

Capturing the world through photography, video and multimedia

Handball players take a break at the Belmont Shore handball courts.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay Anderson

A monk visits the Huntington Gardens in San Marino.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Freid

Fans in costume as stormtroopers stand together at Anaheim Comic Con.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jason Hardwick

Four tired-looking cousins after a Memorial Day barbecue.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Howick

A house resting on blocks in Pico-Union.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Murr

A globe casts a circular light pattern on attendees at the Lightning in a Bottle arts and music festival in Silverado.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kat Parry

A trumpeter performs on Hollywood Boulevard.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris Jackson

A boy rides his tricycle on Melrose Avenue, just east of La Brea Avenue in West Hollywood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jo Martin

Trees at the base of the Salton Sea, taken using Polaroid film that had been expired for more than a decade.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lostlosangeles

A man dressed as the Tin Man walks Hollywood Boulevard.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shawn Nee

A marriage proposal written in the sand in Huntington Beach.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jens Lofgren

Sean Scott uses several frames to make a triptych of his father.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sean Scott

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Outtakes from the Sports Section

Great outtakes from the Sports section

By George Wilhelm, Los Angeles Times Call these images outtakes, pictures that never see the printed page.
 
We think that we have some of the best sports photographers...   View Post»

   

Walking in the shadow of Edward Weston

Walking in the shadows of Edward Weston

By Mark Boster News photographers meet the most amazing people. On any given day it can be celebrities, felons, politicians or athletes, each with a story, each with...   View Post»

   

Canoeing down a Superfund site

Canoeing down a Superfund site

Never mind that the federal government designated the Gowanus Canal a Superfund site last year and “one of the most contaminated bodies of water in the nation.”  The...   View Post»

   

Reader Photos: Best of Southern California Moments for June

Pictures in the News | Oct. 8, 2010

In Friday's Pictures in the News feature, we have a mashup of red sludge, water spouts, fan frenzy and teamwork. The digging out continues in Hungary, where an aerial photograph...   View Post»

Reader Photos: Best of Southern California Moments for June

Maybe it was due to “June Gloom,” or reverse seasonal affect disorder, or maybe we’ve just been listening to too much of the new Bon Iver album while editing, but there’s a certain solitude and isolation to many of our June picks. The solitary monk, an abandoned house on blocks, dead trees taken on expired film in the desert, and even the tired cousins at the end of the barbecue give a very different impression than the standard easy summer living.

June was also the first of our themed weeks, this one celebrating film photography. From there we’re going to the other end of the spectrum, with our next challenge focusing on mobile photography in August.

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