More Blue Angels photos from San Francisco’s 2007 Fleet Week performance. Today I couldn’t resist trying my luck one more time photographing the Blue Angels during the last day of their San Francisco performance. With the benefit of getting the best positioning possible, the press area, I was able to get some other wise unattainable photos of the Blue Angels. Enjoy… Blue Angels San Francisco Fleet W
More Blue Angels photos from San Francisco’s 2007 Fleet Week performance. As mentioned previously it’s a great challenge to photograph the Blue Angels well while performing here in San Francisco. Aside from the variable of timing, weather is always a factor as is air quality. This weekend has been perfect for photographing the Blue Angels. Blue Angels San Francisco Fleet Week 2007
The Blue Angels are once again in San Francisco and performing at Fleet Week 2007. I always enjoy photographing the Blue Angels as its a real challenge. If you’re in the San Francisco bay area the Blue Angels will be performing at 3pm on Saturday and Sunday. Blue Angels San Francisco Fleet Week 2007
This evening I attended the Fotovision.org lecture on “The Legal Landscape of Street Shooting“. The panel included: David Greene, Executive Director of “The First Amendment Project“ Pondra Perkins is a Staff Attorney and Environmental Advocacy Fellow at “The First Amendment Project“ James Wheaton, co-founder of the “The First Amendment Project“ This was by far one of th
Photo Taken With An Apple iPhone … Or was it? One of the few things that was not demonstrated at the Macworld 2007 Keynote Address by Steve Jobs was the use of the camera built into the iPhone. Those looking for the first sign of an image from an Apple iPhone seem to have stumbled upon it recently. The EXIF data seems to confirm the image was from an iPhone, but it should be noted it is possible to edit EXIF da
One of the many fun local photographic opportunities is to shoot the Blue Angels when they come to San Francisco for Fleet Week. Today’s breaking news is that the #6 plane crashed while performing at an air show in Beaufort, S.C. Pilot Killed in S.C. Blue Angel Crash – San Francisco Chronicle I haven’t seen a report who the pilot was that died in the incident, but my heart goes out to his/her family
This weekend in San Francisco was one of the whackier events, Bring Your Own Big Wheel (BYOBW). The curviest street, Lombard Street, is shut down for 1 hour so daredevils can take their fate into their own hands by riding down on plastic wheeled tricycles. No rubber wheeled vehicles are allowed at any time. This year thousands were in attendance and hundreds took part. My only regret was not finding a Big Wheel in ti
2007 Waiting Period Ends Without Surf Word from the organizers of Mavericks is the season is over for big waves and the contest has been called off. Although sad I’m glad to see that there wasn’t a compromise with sub-standard waves fueling the contest. In that regard I feel the premiere status of the contest was preserved. Until next year.