Because the Salesforce Transit Center has been open for such a short time, everything is clean and new, unlike what you find in other public spaces in San Francisco. The sidewalks are pristine, the drinking fountains work, the bathrooms are clean, the greenery is neat and trimmed, and the tables and chairs in the courtyard [...]
Along with the Embarcadero, Market St. is my favorite location for street photography in San Francisco. It's always busy and there's always a range of people, including shoppers, tourists, businesspeople, performers and others. I was in the city on Thursday to see a photo-related movie (Jay Myself) and stayed after to shoot around Civic Center [...]
I've photographed so many strangers on the street that I have enough images for it to be an ongoing, if somewhat desultory, project. So here's the next photo for my Photographing Strangers project. This is Clint. He was standing on the corner of Market and 5th Streets in San Francisco. He was nicely dressed, [...]
On Sunday in the late afternoon, I went into downtown Oakland with no plan to shoot anything specific. As usual, I had my monochrome camera, so I was mainly looking to do street photography—or portraits, if the right opportunity came along. There was a nightclub on Broadway where a few people were gathering outside before [...]
I went to the Pride Parade in San Francisco yesterday. It was my fourth time going. It's true that the event has become much more corporate over the years, but there are still plenty of quirky outfits and characters. Everyone is very friendly. I intentionally brought my monochrome camera. I know the parade and participants [...]
I took a four-day driving trip with a friend from the East Bay to Ferndale in northern California. I had both color and monochrome cameras with me. This first post is mono shots. I thought it best to stick to one style (mono or color) per post. Color shots to come next. The Russian Orthodox [...]
I'm not one of those people who bore others with photos of their grandchildren. Wait—maybe I am. Here's Eva at 19 months on Mother's Day.