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Gina Clyne is a photographer and graphic designer living and working in Los Angeles.

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Patricia & Andrew’s Intimate Backyard Wedding (Sneak Peek)

Patricia & Andrew’s Intimate Backyard Wedding (Sneak Peek)

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Above image: A ring shot and the beautiful bride at sunset. (Anaheim, Orange County, California, February 24, 2014)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love a good celebration and this was no exception. I was thrilled to be able to photograph this intimate wedding in the backyard of an Anaheim home (the guest count was less than 2o!). My favorite part of the day was everyone sitting…

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Oh dear…

Oh dear…

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Above image: Friday night lights—detail shots of my night stand by candlelight. (Westlake, Los Angeles, California, January 31, 2014)

I’ve let this blog space get a bit dusty, and for that I am regretful. That said, I’d rather brush off any regret and give a hearty “hell yeah” to all the great projects I’ve been lucky to work on this past year, and that I even have a comfy space to share them…

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Wednesday Ephemera #7: Polaroid Snapshot (Year Unknown)Above image: The morning light comes through the window and hits my desk, both shadowing and…View Post

Wednesday Ephemera #7: Polaroid Snapshot (Year Unknown)

Above image: The morning light comes through the window and hits my desk, both shadowing and…

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Escape to Joshua TreeAbove image:A little black and white television & a handful of VHS cassette tapes to keep us…View Post

Escape to Joshua Tree

Above image:A little black and white television & a handful of VHS cassette tapes to keep us…

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Driving in cars with friendsView Post

Driving in cars with friends

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losangelesallday:

the moon literally looks this big tonight.

losangelesallday:

the moon literally looks this big tonight.

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BLOG POST: Driving in cars with friends

Above image: Self portrait, taken in my 1977 Mercedes, along with my buddy Jesse Benson (Corey Cunningham at the wheel, not pictured).
 
pas·time 
Noun  listen  /ˈpasˌtīm/
 
Something, as a game, sport, or hobby, that serves to make time pass agreeably.I’ll say it again & again: My all time favorite pastime is driving in cars with friends.


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BLOG POST: Driving in cars with friends

Above image: Self portrait, taken in my 1977 Mercedes, along with my buddy Jesse Benson (Corey Cunningham at the wheel, not pictured).
 
pas·time 
Noun  listen  /ˈpasˌtīm/
 
Something, as a game, sport, or hobby, that serves to make time pass agreeably.

I’ll say it again & again: My all time favorite pastime is driving in cars with friends.

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BLOG POST: A Night with Raw Geronimo

Above image:Laena Geronimo summoning her spirit animal, one last night in their Silver Lake…
Laena of Raw Geronimo asked me to come by their practice space and snap some shots for old times’ sake. They were moving from their shared space in Silver Lake to a new space in Downtown Los Angeles and wanted a couple photographic mementoes.

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BLOG POST: A Night with Raw Geronimo

Above image:Laena Geronimo summoning her spirit animal, one last night in their Silver Lake…

Laena of Raw Geronimo asked me to come by their practice space and snap some shots for old times’ sake. They were moving from their shared space in Silver Lake to a new space in Downtown Los Angeles and wanted a couple photographic mementoes.

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BLOG POST: Wednesday Ephemera #6: A Panoramic Group Photo (1950)

Above image: A panoramic group photograph of The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company Repair Department, Glendale, California (January 1950).
Hello my friends, welcome to the sixth installment of Wednesday Ephemera!
What is “Wednesday Ephemera” you ask? Well, it is a Show and Tell of sorts, a place where I share pieces from my collection of paper ephemera. Click here to read my extended introduction.
Today I want to share with you a panoramic group photo that I purchased at the Vintage Paper Fair a couple weeks back. This group photo is of The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company Repair Department of Glendale, California in January 1950. In this photograph you see two rows of gentlemen as they pose for their formal portrait, one row standing and one row sitting.


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BLOG POST: Wednesday Ephemera #6: A Panoramic Group Photo (1950)

Above image: A panoramic group photograph of The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company Repair Department, Glendale, California (January 1950).

Hello my friends, welcome to the sixth installment of Wednesday Ephemera!

What is “Wednesday Ephemera” you ask? Well, it is a Show and Tell of sorts, a place where I share pieces from my collection of paper ephemera. Click here to read my extended introduction.

Today I want to share with you a panoramic group photo that I purchased at the Vintage Paper Fair a couple weeks back. This group photo is of The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company Repair Department of Glendale, California in January 1950. In this photograph you see two rows of gentlemen as they pose for their formal portrait, one row standing and one row sitting.

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BLOG POST: A Saturday Night with Friends

Above image: One Saturday night (July 14, 2012) in my apartment with friends.
Have you ever had a night where you stopped yourself cold and thought  — Damn, I’m going to remember this for as long as I live. — ?
If you have, then you know all too well what follows it; the morning after, and every passing morning after that, the memory travels further and further from you. You feel its presence but you struggle to know it as clear as you once did. The thrill of the moment always passes, the details always blur and fade.
Lucky for me that this time, when I stopped myself and had my thoughts, I matched it with a quick reach for my camera. This time I would snap a couple shots for longevity’s sake.


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BLOG POST: A Saturday Night with Friends

Above image: One Saturday night (July 14, 2012) in my apartment with friends.

Have you ever had a night where you stopped yourself cold and thought — Damn, I’m going to remember this for as long as I live. — ?

If you have, then you know all too well what follows it; the morning after, and every passing morning after that, the memory travels further and further from you. You feel its presence but you struggle to know it as clear as you once did. The thrill of the moment always passes, the details always blur and fade.

Lucky for me that this time, when I stopped myself and had my thoughts, I matched it with a quick reach for my camera. This time I would snap a couple shots for longevity’s sake.

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This is Sage… on Flickr.
…my friend’s pretty little pet that I was sitting for during the holidays. Westlake, Los Angeles, California December 25, 2012

This is Sage… on Flickr.

…my friend’s pretty little pet that I was sitting for during the holidays.

Westlake, Los Angeles, California

December 25, 2012



BLOG POST: This Christmas Past

Above image: A handmade envelope that holds my Christmas gift for Corey.
I spent this last Christmas at home in my apartment, in the neighborhood of Westlake in Los Angeles, with two of my most favorite people, Corey Cunningham and Julie Pepin. Here are a few photographs I snapped on the Christmas morning we spent together.


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BLOG POST: This Christmas Past

Above image: A handmade envelope that holds my Christmas gift for Corey.

I spent this last Christmas at home in my apartment, in the neighborhood of Westlake in Los Angeles, with two of my most favorite people, Corey Cunningham and Julie Pepin. Here are a few photographs I snapped on the Christmas morning we spent together.

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BLOG POST: The Intelligence for L.A. Record





Above image (click here for a closer look): The L.A. Record spread for interview with The Intelligence, photographed in my courtyard.
Vol. 7 – No. 1, Fall Issue 2012, Issue 108
Interview photography: Gina Clyne

I was pleased to see my photograph of The Intelligence in the fall issue of L.A. Record. Maybe it’s just my dark room roots, but nothing will ever beat seeing a large black and white photograph in print.





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BLOG POST: The Intelligence for L.A. Record

Above image (click here for a closer look): The L.A. Record spread for interview with The Intelligence, photographed in my courtyard.

Vol. 7 – No. 1, Fall Issue 2012, Issue 108
Interview photography: Gina Clyne

I was pleased to see my photograph of The Intelligence in the fall issue of L.A. Record. Maybe it’s just my dark room roots, but nothing will ever beat seeing a large black and white photograph in print.

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Courtyard in Winter on Flickr.Westlake, Los Angeles, California
January 8, 2013

Courtyard in Winter on Flickr.

Westlake, Los Angeles, California

January 8, 2013



You never get good at saying Good Bye. on Flickr.
Westlake, Los Angeles, California December 26, 2012

You never get good at saying Good Bye. on Flickr.

Westlake, Los Angeles, California

December 26, 2012