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Woolsey Fire Aftermath

After the Woolsey Fire last year, the area and landscape around me was drastically changed. These images I shot in the canyons and mountains near me a few months after the fire, but I didn’t look at them until now. There was a very skeletal feeling to the landscape, and a lot of the areas still feel that way. This was the first sign of seeing new life regenerating after such a devastating experience.

lindsey best woolsey fire aftermath landscape
lindsey best woolsey fire aftermath landscape
lindsey best woolsey fire aftermath landscape
lindsey best woolsey fire aftermath landscape
lindsey best woolsey fire aftermath landscape
lindsey best woolsey fire aftermath landscape

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Featured Photographer in Southern California Life Magazine

Thanks to Southern California Life Magazine for featuring me in their July/August issue!

 Lindsey Best
Lindsey Best is a photographer and artist based in Los Angeles. Whether she’s shooting halfway across the globe for a commercial client or on a local editorial job, she’s known for capturing the feeling of an experience. Fascinated by the human condition, she brings life and emotion to her subjects. With a diverse portfolio of fine art landscapes, entertainment and event photography, portraiture, and more, Lindsey finds the common threads that connect us. For more of her work, go to Lindseybest.com or find her on Instagram at @lindzbest.

Ari Garcia Promo Photos

I made some photos of saxophonist Ari Garcia. Here is my favorite image from the shoot!

 Lindsey Best

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The Moon and the Sun

I shot this a little before sunset. I was in the mountains shooting some of the fog and light rays that were coming through the canyons. When shooting landscapes like this I usually do some that are drastically “underexposed” because often there are hidden things that you can’t see through the brightness. When I did this I could see that the moon was right there next to the sun, completely invisible to the human eye.

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Blue Coast

Blue coast...

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Ethan Lacoe

Happy birthday to Ethan, who has been my lifelong friend though so many journeys over the years.

“Remembering our past, carrying it around with us always, may be the necessary requirement for maintaining, as they say, the wholeness of the self. To ensure that the self doesn’t shrink, to see that it holds on to its volume, memories have to be watered like potted flowers, and the watering calls for regular contact with the witnesses of the past, that is to say, with friends. They are our mirror; our memory; we ask nothing of them but that they polish the mirror from time to time so we can look at ourselves in it.”

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