Easily one of the three most recognizable landmarks in San Francisco, Coit Tower is often lit beautifully by artificial and natural lighting. At the right time of day you can use both of these lighting types to capture dramatic photographs of this commonly photographed subject. One thing I’m quite embarrassed about is the fact that I’ve yet to visit Coit Tower and enjoy the view from the top of the tower.
One of my favorite views of Coit Tower here in San Francisco. I rediscovered this shot after reviewing some older photos recently. Previously I posted an alternate version of this titled “Coit Tower Moonrise“. I’m not sure which I like better. What’s your take do you have any preference? [tags]Coit Tower, San Francisco, photo, photography, Telegraph Hill, landmark, moon, moonrise[/tags]
I rediscovered this photo of Coit Tower recently and it has me yearning to get out and do some more night photography. It’s been a while since I’ve gone out for such shots, but seeing this reminds me not to put it off much longer. [tags]Coit Tower, moonrise, moon, lunar, San Francisco, night photography, photo, cityscape, Telegraph Hill[/tags]
San Francisco is an easy town to fall in love with. The views never cease to amaze and the weather conditions give the city a new look each and every day. No look is more dramatic or romantic as a blanket of fog laying over the bay and around the iconic Golden Gate Bridge & skyline of San Francisco. This photo was taken this past February when lighting and weather conditions were perfect, The two frequently are n
When I first started out in photography it took a while to learn one of the best kept secrets… rather than buy expensive lenses you can rent them. With the popularity of the Strobist it should also be noted that this is true of lighting equipment as well and numerous professional photographers prefer renting lighting equipment rather than owning. Ultimately renting photography equipment is one of the best ways
One of the more interesting things I encountered when first starting out with landscape photography, back in the days of film, was staunch resistance by many photographers to take double exposure photographs. These photographers felt that a photograph should represent the scene as the eye saw it with no manipulation. This type of attitude instantly put photographers in one of two camps, pro-double exposure or anti-do