Posts tagged “black and white

Photo Of The Day : “Living In Sin”

While photographing a friend of mine, I noticed this sweet frame trough the viewfinder. I thought it came out perfect. Porsche, leather pants, Corona, half a headlight. Damn it, this should be used for an advertisement for Porsche! Or Corona! Or BOTH!!! Pay me!!!!!!

Big thanks to Marlease for being in this awesome photograph, as well as the name for the photo. I HATE coming up with name.

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Photo Of The Day: “The Wild West”

“The Wild West

Highway 15 is the last section of pavement that stood between me and Las Vegas, Nevada after driving from San Francisco, California. It is a rather desolate road, containing nothing more than the occasional abandon gas station. I saw this train track coming up and wanted to shoot it, but since the car was going about 80 miles per hour, I didn’t think I had a chance in hell of getting a sharp, non blurry shot, let alone good composition. But I did! Throw some single raw HDR processing and some Silver Efex in the mix, and it kind of looks like an old turn of the century photograph of the sparse, yet booming Wild West.

Oh and how was I able to take a clear, sharp shot at 80 mph? 1/8000 shutter speed, f/5.6, ISO 1000


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Photo Of The Day “The Bird Of Tiburon”

“The Bird Of Tiburon”

So, after hearing all week about the possibility of snow in San Francisco, the weekend came and went with not an of snow, rain, hail, sleet, or any kind of moisture for that matter. Yes, it got cold, but the skies were clear, and the wind was calm. This bird even found it nice enough to sit back and enjoy the view of San Francisco from the waterfront of Tiburon.

Oh, and believe it or not, there is a blimp in this photo.


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Photo Of The Day : “The Wine Menu”

One of the greatest privileges of living in the Bay Area is that some of the most acclaimed wine country in the world is only a quick 30 minute drive! Nicholson Family Winery is one of our favorites. The grounds are beautiful, the people friendly, and the wine is tasty!



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Daily Photo: “Keep Off San Francisco”

I had been up to this location a couple of times, but for some reason, I had never seen this concrete mound. I thought it was a nice, unique angle of a very  often photographed subject. View of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco, CA from the Marin Headlands in Sausalito, CA

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