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Partly as a result of a interesting discussion in the landscape forum and partly because I do a lot of this sort of photography, I'm going to make a point of contributing more work here and of trying to participate in more of the dialog here.
Here are a few of my older San Francisco black and white photographs. (The first one is old enough that it uses the old black borders that I stopped using a few years back!)
I do most of this work handheld and while walking around the city, though a couple of the images in this set were shot "landscape style" from the tripod.
Thanks for looking.
1. This is, obviously, a night photograph. It was made from the near the north end of the Golden Gate bridge with a long lens. (And, yes, this version was toned a bit - probably need to update and re-think that choice. ;-)
2. This is an iconic view known to many photographers in the Bay Area, and there is a spot that is about 4 feet wide and perhaps 30 feet long from which you can see the Transamerica Pyramid juxtaposed inside the upper portion of the GG Bridge.
3. This is a scene that frequently photograph on early morning walks along the Embarcadero.
4. This is one of many spontaneous architectural shots I've made while walking through downtown SF.