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Review: A compact, full-color companion guide to photographing San Francisco!
Whether using a full-featured compact camera or a high-end dSLR, this companion guide provides you with detailed information for taking stunning shots of beautiful San Francisco. Whether you aim to capture breathtaking photos of the majestic Golden Gate Bridge, crooked Lombard Street, infamous Alcatraz, or unique Victorian homes, this portable resource goes where you go and walks you through valuable tips and techniques for taking the best shot possible.
You'll discover suggested locations for taking photos, recommended equipment, what camera settings to use, best times of day to photograph specific attractions, how to handle weather challenges, and more. In addition, lovely images of San Francisco's most breathtaking attractions and recognizable landmarks serve to both inspire and assist you as you embark on an amazing photographic adventure!
Whether you're a local familiar with the territory or a visitor seeing San Francisco for the first time, this handy guide will help you capture fantastic photos!
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Tips for Photographing San Francisco
Panning a Cable Car
Learning to pan is a great way to take your photography skills to the next level. Photographic pan is a technique that is used for objects that are traveling in a straight line. The camera moves from left to right or right to left as it follows the subject, which is moving at the same speed. Panning produces a very interesting effect that causes the subject to stay in focus while the background is blurred, creating a sense of motion that really makes a photo stand out. Your camera will need to be in continuous focus (Nikon) or AI servo (Canon). Each manufacture calls this something different so read your manual for the correct setting. This continuous focus allows you to do is track a moving subject. Your lens adjusts and keeps your subject in focus as long as you have the Shutter button half pressed. To focus on a moving object and use the panning technique, you must use a very slow shutter speed. For example, a good shutter speed for a cable car is 1/20 second. Adjust the shutter speed as necessary for objects that are moving faster or slower.
Leading Lines and Motion
I like to use leading lines to draw the viewer into the scene. A leading line can be almost anything: a road, path, sidewalk, fence, river, hedge, tree line, or shadow. You will not find a strong leading line around every subject, but you should look for them if they are there and take advantage of them. Leading lines in a picture should lead into, not out of, the picture, and they should lead your eye toward the main subject. Sometimes it is a matter of choosing the right angle or point of view to create this leading line effect. Not every composition will have leading lines, but when used correctly it will often improve composition. If you want to try something fun and creative and a bit crazy (okay, dangerous is more like it), this is the location for you. Located in the intersection of Columbus Street and Broadway is a pedestrian sidewalk just big enough for one person and a tripod. Shoot this image during the blue hour, which falls during rush hour in the winter months. A wide-angle lens and slow shutter speed gives you a compelling image complete with leading lines, implied motion, vibrant colors, and. . . danger. This is a must-frame, must-brag-about photo. Just ignore the constant car horns and explicit foul comments you hear while you stand in the middle of the intersection.
Photographing in the Fog
If you have the opportunity to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge in the fog take advantage of a chance to create a photo that is special. Photography is much to do about the perfect light so why would you want to photograph anything in the fog? Fog creates a wonderful mystical atmosphere that can't be replicated by software or filters. What makes this a special time to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge is the protruding towers jutting through the thick blanket of fog. The glowing lights from automobiles and street lights illuminating off the dense white fog. Not only can this be the most beautiful time to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge, it can result in the most dramatic image. When shooting into a thick blanket of fog, you need to apply a little + exposure compensation to account for the amount of underexposure your camera will do when exposing against the thick white fog. Cameras metering systems tend to underexpose when shooting at white and overexpose when shooting at black. If you shoot fog at night, you need to dial in a +2/3 of a stop of exposure compensation to get the correct exposure.
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