SF after Dark

SF after Dark

Here is a photo I shot in San Fransisco. It was cold and getting down to the bottom of this bridge was quite the mission. It was very steep and when you have no idea where you are going it can be quite scary and well more difficult. We were hoping for a good sunset, but that did not happen, so we waited till the sun fully set and got some good night shots. If you want to learn how I shoot and create images like this check out my new tutorial series The Art of Landscape Photography.

Camera settings:
30 seconds F16 ISO 100

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30 days of street photography day 21

30 days of street photography day 21

30 days of street photography day 21

I shot this in San Francisco, what can I say, I think this is a very powerful image, some people have asked me if I think its real or if the guy is just panhandling, from watching him I really believe its real, I approached this guy and the pain in his eyes was unmistakably real.

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Outside Lands Festival

Outside Lands Festival

Outside Lands 2012, what an amazing show, I got to see so many of my favorite musicians of all times with some of my best friends. This trip was crazy, I flew to San Francisco just for this. I really wanted to see Metallica, Stevie Wonder and really everyone else there. I brought all my gear as always, but inside I had to make a choice, do I want to watch the show and fully sumerge my self into the music or do I want to photograph some of my favorite musicians of all times? The choice was easy. I would of love to capture all this rock stars on stage, but instead every time someone came to the stage I put my camera away, I wanted to enjoy this to the fullest and that I did. The only photos I really took was of my friends and of the people walking around in between stages going to see their favorite bands. Sometimes the moments are left to be captured by someone else and for me to simply enjoy with out having to think about anything at all… Spread the love peeps and Happy Friday…

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Catch of the Day

Catch of the Day

Happy Friday people. Here is a photo of a fisher man at Baker beach with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background. I shot this after sunrise, I wanted to get the sun involved but it was sooooo foggy that the sun never shined through. If you ever go to SF baker beach is a must. The scenery is simply spectacular and the air is soul cleansing. Enjoy your weekend peeps and spread the love…

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Catch of the Day

Shot of the day-The Broadway Tunnel

Shot of the day-The Broadway Tunnel

The Broadway Tunnel (officially the Robert C. Levy Tunnel) is a roadway tunnel in San Francisco, California. The tunnel opened in 1952, and serves as a high-capacity conduit for traffic between Chinatown and North Beach in the east and Russian Hill and Van Ness in the west. In a proposal of the city’s 1948 Transportation Plan, the tunnel was to serve as a link between the Embarcadero Freeway and the Central Freeway. (wikipedia)

I shot this photo a few months ago. I love this tunnel its awesome to walk through, but every now and then you get the asshole that honks his horn just to blow your ears off. Anyhow This is a HDR photo made from 3 exposures. You can see how I did it here.

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The Broadway tunnel

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