This was at Treasure Island. Did a bit of “trespassing”, and finally found a destination I been trying to find every trip to San Fransisco. Unfortunately I had trouble with the long-exposure but, still ended up with a great shot.
Set-Up: Nikon D7000, 17-55mm f2.8 lens, & a sturdy tri-pod.
Post Process: Cooled the temperature, brighten shadows, sharpen, clarity, raised saturation, leveled, and small touch ups.
At the Golden Gate Brige it was getting dark and these were some random photos I decided to take. Since it was dark I shot up the ISO which allowed more noise in the picture. So at the same time I though of using a different picture setting/style. I wanted these pictures to be more “dream-like.”
Set Up: D7000 & sturdy Tri-pod
Post Process: Brighten pictures, white overlay, and sharpen.
This was yet another random day, and a few wrong exits led to this mountain. The unexpected usually turns out good, as of lately. I never been this close to being alined with the top of the bridge. The view was even too beautiful to leave right away; my friends and I stayed for an hour.
Set Up: Nikon D7000 & Sturdy Tripod
Post Process: Brighten picture & enhanced colors
It was a beautiful day in the city today and I ate at a food truck called, “Adams Grub Truck.” I ordered the “Ultimate AGT Fries” & there was no disappointment at all although, a little bit of regret based on how unhealthy it was. Anyhow, I saw a good picture opportunity and took a picture of the fries in front of the bay brige and the city skyline.
Ingredients: Waffle cut fries, drunken pulled pork, hickory smoked bacon bites, Jalapenos, Dinosaur nuggets, Grubbin’ Asian Slaw, Tapitio sauce, & topped off with an egg.
My friend and I were going through San Fransisco late-night and decided to scout for some cool spots for later projects. This was one of the places we saw that had nice lighting.
Set-Up: Nikon D7000 & Sturdy tri-pod
Post-Process: Added a light-white tint to help with the grain of the picture & enhance the saturation.