Golden Gate Bridge - San Francisco

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  1. KenL

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    I have quite a few shots of the Golden Gate Bridge, day & night! This is the GGB from above Fort Point and is one of my favorite images.



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    Nice Ken
    I have that same shot. It is also interesting frome the roof of the fort
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    Thanks Troy! That's a spot I've never been......have you shot from Baker beach, another of my favorites?

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    For me, the second shot you posted is loads better. I'm not sure I can put my finger on it, but theres just something odd about the colors in the first photo that, just seem off to me. I really dig the foliage in the foregound and the shadow the bridge casts. But I can't get my mind off the colors, I'm sorry but they just seem, off.
     
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    Maybe the colors of the actual bridge look more accurate in second shot. Doesn't the bridge look just a little too red in the first shot?

    But I like both shots.

    As a kid, I used to go and visit my uncle who lived in SF. You could see the brdge from most of the back windows, and from the back decks and patio of his home.

    Haven't seen the brodge in person in 50 years. What a trip down memory lane, but photographs will do that...
     
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    The second shot is far more interesting than the first one (a bit tilted on the left btw) in my opinion. The soft light gives to the shot a peaceful mood and these waves that crashed into the rocks add something very dynamic to the image!
     
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    Love the Baker Beach shot. It's composition is different from the standard we see (eg. shot 1 OP). Your eyes get pulled down to the action in front with the wave splashing on the rocks.

    Look at #1 and see how your eyes are static. Then look at #2, I'll bet they drop from the bridge to the rocks.
     
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    Great shots, love the second one best.
     
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    Thank you lvcrtrs!

    Thank you Jason!
     
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    nice pic...did you happen to shoot any naked people at the beach..ahhaha..i heard SF banned beach nudity..
     
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    Thank you newbie06! Oh, they might have banned beach nudity, but you wouldn't know that at Baker Beach. Whenever I've been there I've seen usually a guy or two shed their clothes and prance up and down the beach once before getting dressed, and one time a young lady went bottomless into the water......

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    Top on, no bottom is a twist, was she there for swimming, or maybe she just needed to "p'" ???
     

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