Eriberto and his son, Estevan Oriol in Estevan's downtown LA office. Above Eriberto Oriol is an old picture of himself.
Eriberto Oriol thumbs through a proof for his son's new book.
Estevan Oriol sits in his father's art space.
Estevan Oriol has a tattoo on his right hand that reads, "LA Angel."
Estevan and Eriberto Oriol visit the LA Gun Club where Estevan took one of his most well known photographs of guns on a display counter.
On this week’s Picture This, Take Two’s semi-regular conversations with photographers, we talk to a father and son duo, Estevan and Eriberto Oriol. They recently had a combined exhibit entitled, “Like Father, Like Son.”
Estevan is a former club bouncer and tour manager for groups like the House of Pain and Cypress Hill. Now he's a photographer, shooting celebrities like actors Dennis hopper and Danny Trejo. His father, Eriberto, has been photographing scenes of Southern California for years.
The pair join Take Two to talk about how they got into photography and what it's like working together.
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