Skip to Content
Art

The L.A. Night Photography of Jim Lembeck

IMG_4702

Jim Lembeck takes photos of Los Angeles at night, and posts them on his site as "YOU SEE LA". The collection of images grows every night by just one shot, so check back nightly for new ones. Please enjoy a selection of our favorite images so far, along with the photographer's description of his own work...

IMG_2708
IMG_7318_2

The Night Photography of Jim Lembeck

My photographs are taken late at night, when small amounts of light can be collected to bring things to life, revealing a world that is usually overpowered by darkness. These “light collections” allow me to capture the contemporary world at that moment in time, never to be exactly like that ever again, with emphasis on details, above and beyond the limitations of the human eye.

The subjects are chosen to find the beauty in the everyday things and renew our appreciation for all that is around us. Each Photo is a one frame movie that takes place in the nano-second between what you eye “sees” and how your brain reacts to it. A lifetime of being intimately involved in printing, advertising, marketing, film, writing, consulting and new media projects is evident in each photograph.

I shoot what I see and how I see it, using only available lighting and no photo enhancing techniques. Each photograph is printed on Kodak® Endura metallic photographic paper for a lifetime of enjoyment and limited to 25 issues of each image. www.Lembeckstudios.com

IMG_4734
Urban cathedral

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from L.A. TACO

The Five Best Tacos in South Gate

From a spot that uses a unique Michoacán-style "salsa agridulce" to a fish taquería where the batter stays crispy, next time you're in SELA, now you know! Southeast Los Angeles, presente!

June 13, 2024

Black Music Month: Five California-Based Baddies Taking Over The Music Industry

From Sacramento to Slauson Hills and Pasadena, these emerging California-raised artists are representing the state's current hip-hop and R&B scenes.

Open Thread: What Is L.A.’s Most Overrated Dish?

Dry donuts you drove an hour for? "Texas-style" tacos you just don't seem to get? That mean Michelin-recognized chef's new place?

Here’s Everything You’ll Eat at The Clippers’ New Intuit Dome

Sushi-dogs, three meat pizza, and churros that put all other stadium concessions to shame.

Building Generational Wealth Through Estate Planning: How to Apply for L.A. County’s ‘Leaving a Legacy’ Program

Only one-third of Americans have a will, with even lower figures in Black (23%) and Latino (18%) communities. The full impact of this problem is often only felt after a loved one passes away or when an adult with a disability or an older adult doesn’t have a Power of Attorney in place. 

June 11, 2024
See all posts