Over the years, hundreds of photographers have trained their lenses on the Hollywood Sign. Below we’ve collected some image galleries from photographers who have captured unique views on the Sign.
Having lived on both the West Coast and the East Coast, Darius Aidala’s archive of images is an extensive examination of places in time.
About ten years ago, David purchased one of the original Hollywoodland homes and became fascinated by the Sign and its history. This fascination turned to obsession when he started taking photographs of it.
From the early joys of framing the wonders of childhood through the viewfinder of his father’s filmless camera, to following his dream and becoming one of Australia’s most acclaimed photographers; Dragan Radocaj is a name synonymous with capturing the changing moods and characters of our wine country.
Eric Richmond is a London-based photographer who specializes in imagery for theatre and dance companies, as well as shooting for music labels, magazines and orchestras.
Establishing his photography studio – Schaf Photo – in downtown Ventura in 1989, Stephen Schafer (AKA: Schäf) now specializes in architectural photography and HABS, HAER, HALS surveys for publications, architectural portfolios, mitigation documents, and historic landmark nominations.
Ted VanCleave is a Los Angeles-based photographer who has received numerous honors and distinctions. His iconic, deftly colorized closeups of the Hollywood Sign use extreme angles, textural detail, and creative composition to achieve a powerful effect.
RD Willis is a Seattle based Photographer specializing in time lapse sequences. His work is primarily seen weekly on NBC Sunday Night Football and other broadcast entities. Traveling the world over a 33 year career has earned him 8 Emmy awards.