Category: Review

Another Street – The Embarcadero

I’m adding the third street to my Streets of San Francisco portfolio. The Embarcadero is the eastern edge of San Francisco. It was, to a great extent, the home of shipping in San Francisco. Most shipping moved to Oakland years

Grant Vernacular

My new gallery – “Grant Vernacular” – was inspired by a visit to SFMOMA where the Walker Evans exhibition is showing. In particular, there’s a sign within the exhibition reading, “From the early 1920s, most of Evans photographs took the

A little night photography

I wanted to add some work to my Grant Ave. portfolio so I covered a short part of the street – mostly North Beach with a little Chinatown thrown in – at night. You can see the Gallery here. As

Streets of San Francisco: Grant Avenue

Some time ago, it was suggested to me that an interesting walk in San Francisco is to walk Grant Ave. from beginning to end. Grant starts at Market Street and continues to Pier 39 with one interruption – there is

More on 35mm f/2 lens

Begining to like the 35mm lens. Handles well, focuses quickly and is very sharp. The cons are the lack of image stabilization and the limitations of a prime lens. Maybe I’m just to used to zoom lenses but I find

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