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a series of photos of San Francisco

By havecamerawilltravel      
A series of photos of San Francisco.

Just a few pics to get in the mood for at trip to one of the greatest cities on the planet! We're Flying in to San Diego, and driving to San Francisco - a place I know well. Crazily I have also agreed to drive to Yosemite. Wish me luck. can't tell you how much I am looking forward to this road trip. Just bought a new 8gb CF card, just so I don't have to switch out all the time.

There are a bunch of photos in this, series, so please take the time to have a look... better when you press the ol' f11 key...



#1 way to annoy a local in SF, call the place, Frisco! it's not "Frisco..."

Tags: Photo journalism Usa San francisco Landscape and travel

Voters: barmymarny, DonSchaeffer, lianna and 4 more


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DonSchaeffer 16 15 United States
26 Feb 2011 3:20PM
unusual approach to a familiar subject. Applause!
lianna 11 13 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2011 3:51PM
A cool set phil!!! Fingers crossed For lots lots more Smile x x
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.8k 2420 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2011 4:45PM
V1 is so unusual, cool layers, calmness, a huge sky. Not how I think of the place (though I doubt I'll ever even have the opportunity to annoy the locals...). But that sign in V3 is a gem of a find, I could have fun with that...
Moira
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2011 7:11PM
Good images. V1 and V5 are favorites for the lovely colours...
IB
26 Feb 2011 8:22PM
Fabulous images. Very film-like (btw how did you achieve that with postprocessing?).

Of course I respect the technical skill used to create the landscapes that get all the votes on ephotozine images like these would sell in a fine art gallery over 99% of them. I find them a bit over-baked tbh...

Well done anyway.
Max

Quote:Fabulous images. Very film-like (btw how did you achieve that with postprocessing?).

Of course I respect the technical skill used to create the landscapes that get all the votes on ephotozine images like these would sell in a fine art gallery over 99% of them. I find them a bit over-baked tbh...

Well done anyway.
Max



1, how did I achieve the "look": I use Lightroom and PSCS4 as my tools, the workflow goes from LR to PS, where in LR i tinker with colours etc, to get the look that I like. It's a couple of presets, and then a bit of fixing in PS, then just the frame. Simple.

2, thanks for the comments. I trust you meant, my pics weren't over baked. That's one thing I have a hangup about is over processed pics.

ATB

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