San Francisco, Pier Remnants, Bay Bridge, Long Exposure

ISO400, 22mm, f/22, 59 sec
Between Pier 14 and Rincon Park, San Francisco, CA

Yes, this is one of the most overshot “fine art photography” photographs of San Francisco.  I succumbed.  I am now one of those photogs.  After our attempt at night photography in Chinatown failed because the location was so boring and badly lit, we hoofed it down to the Embarcadero.

(Click thru the image for the 700px view)

It was I that suggested to Beau Rogers that since we are already here, we might as well get you a shot that you can sell and make it worth your while.  I have no doubt this location will be a good addition to his portfolio.

So yes, I too now have a Pier 14 image in my portfolio.

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center weighted metering mode, ISO 400, 22mm, f/22, 59 sec

San Francisco, Pier Remnants, Bay Bridge, Long Exposure. San Francisco, CA. November 10, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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6 thoughts on “San Francisco, Pier Remnants, Bay Bridge, Long Exposure

    1. Thanks Mark. The lights really do highlight the Bay Bridge well. While the “light show” it produces is not as interesting as I expected, they certainly add an extra element for photographs.

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