One of the problems in starting a project with a new camera system, (like the Fuji X-Pro 1 used in Untold LA), is that it takes time to find your style - time to find out how the technology works - how your own vision and sensibility meshes with the technology, etc.
With this in mind my photographic style changed over the course of the two years shooting Untold LA - to the point where I'm not happy with some of the photos taken in the early days. So I'm doing a bit of reshooting. I was never happy with the shots taken in La Fayette Square for instance, and so have been revisiting the area when I can.
The photo above is from one of the reshoots last weekend. I'll leave no comment about it other than what's obvious to me - over the course of two years shooting I realize that the project is as much about how the homes are inseparable from the flora in the environment as the homes themselves.
These new photos will be in the iBook version 1.6 - should be on the iTunes store within a month or so - the iBook is like an App in that if you have a copy already you can update it and get the latest version free of charge when it's available.