California Street cable car
California Street cable car at night. 30 second exposure with natural light plus two #2A flashbulbs in 7-inch Graflex reflectors slaved to Vivitar 283. Canon 300mm f/4 lens at f/22. See my new photo blog at The Eye Game.
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San Francisco Trolley Cars
Single Image HDR San Francisco Trolley Cars wait their turn to come pick up riders. The cost for a One-Way ticket is 5 dollars. Riding the trolley was a real treat for the short time I was in SF. HDR Photography Enhancing HDR Images Acknowledge Captain Kimo for his hard work with HDR Photography. Shot with a Canon Rebel XTi in Camera RAW HAND HELD Camera set to Av mode (Aperture Priority) Opened Raw Image in Adobe Bridge CS4 (RIGHT CLICKED and Select Open in Camera Raw) , tweaked a few…
Every time I walk through Chinatown in San Francisco I feel compelled to stop in the middle of the street where Grant crosses California street - the view with the taxis, bay bridge, old style buildings and cable cars is so iconic and really says 'San Francisco' to me like few views do.
Cable Car and Bay Bridge
Well, it took me a while but I finally figured this one out… I saw a version of this shot about a month ago and wanted to get my own, so I headed over to California Street one morning and looked all along the cable car line for this view. No luck – there didn’t seem to be a spot where the cable car rose right up like that with the Bay Bridge in the background. I even tried reviewing a map of the cable car system to see where this view might be. Still no luck. It didn’t dawn on me until this…
Ten Things Not to Do in San Francisco
Perennially dubbed America's favorite city, San Francisco is high on every traveler's must-visit list. To help you avoid the common pitfalls most first-timers make in San Francisco (for starters, don't call it Frisco), here's our short list of must-nots.