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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Hollywood from the Hills by Richard Lund
Downtown LA from Above the 101 by Richard Lund
Hwy 61 Gas Station Exterior by Richard Lund
Hwy 61 Gas Station Interior by Richard Lund
Grand Ole Garage by Richard Lund
Intersection of Fifth and Leno by Richard Lund
SilverLake-SummerDay-Marshland by Richard Lund
SilverLake-SummerDay-StrongBranches by Richard Lund
Sun Valley Spring Storm by Richard Lund
Path Through the Stream by Richard Lund
China Boy in Red by Richard Lund
Golden Summer Morning by Richard Lund
Cactus Flower Trumpets by Richard Lund
Packard Caribbean Cockpit by Richard Lund
Runyon Canyon One by Richard Lund
D W P D T L A Take 2 by Richard Lund
D W P D T L A Take 1 by Richard Lund
Turbine Ready for Take - Off by Richard Lund
Turbine Name Detail by Richard Lund
Chrysler Turbine Cockpit View by Richard Lund
Turbine Console by Richard Lund
Chrysler Turbine Tail Double by Richard Lund
Le Tour Eiffel from North by Richard Lund
Chrysler Turbine Rocket Ship by Richard Lund
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About Richard Lund
Richard Lund spent more than 35 years shooting pictures for movies and television. He made background pictures that he enlarged on transparent film called translites. He shot scenes for 240 feature films and a lot of television. He made all the backgrounds for Jay Leno's late night shows. He shot scenes at the White House twice for the West Wing. He regularly worked throughout the United States and Canada featuring New York City most frequently. He made backgrounds for the first four Spider-Man films and the first two Ghostbusters movies. Richard spent a night on the Great Pyramid of Egypt with five 8X10 cameras for a film called Ruby Cairo.
He also presents pictures from a special archive of pictures from the 1930s and 1940s used for the Shipman Process. These images have been hidden out of any view for more than 40 years. Richard is slowly bringing them to the light of day.