February, 2010 Archives

Distance Traveled In Thirty Seconds

Points On The Curve

February 26th, 2010 Permalink

This is one of the images I will be offering at the Looking Glass Print Swap. Assuming the lab has the print to me by the deadline for sign-up. If you’re in the Bay Area, check this out. It sounds like a lot of fun!

Points On The Curve

This is one of the images I will be offering at the Looking Glass Print Swap. Assuming the lab has the print to me by the deadline for sign-up. If you’re in the Bay Area, check this out. It sounds like a lot of fun!

No Need To Go All Night

2010 Challenge, Weeks 5-8

February 20th, 2010 Permalink

The 2010 Challenge: One photo each week on a specific theme. The theme changes every four weeks. The theme for weeks 5-8 was “Natural Landscape”. You can see all my shots for the 2010 Challenge in my 2010 Challenge set on flickr.

Natural Sunset Almost Like Looking At The Ocean
Fog On The Hills Shoreline

The 2010 Challenge: One photo each week on a specific theme. The theme changes every four weeks.

The theme for weeks 5-8 was “Natural Landscape”.

You can see all my shots for the 2010 Challenge in my 2010 Challenge set on flickr.

Historic Market Street Double, Plate 2

February 19th, 2010 Permalink

Double exposure shot with a Polaroid 100 camera using Blue film from polapremium.com.

Historic Market Street Double, Plate 2

Double exposure shot with a Polaroid 100 camera using Blue film from polapremium.com.

Donut Time Donut Corner

Golden California

February 11th, 2010 Permalink

Shot with an iPhone 3GS.

Golden California

Shot with an iPhone 3GS.

Do You Understand Now

February 9th, 2010 Permalink

San Francisco just after sunset, as seen from the Golden Gate Bridge scenic overlook on the northeast side of the bridge. 30 seconds, f/18.

Do You Understand Now

San Francisco just after sunset, as seen from the Golden Gate Bridge scenic overlook on the northeast side of the bridge.

30 seconds, f/18.

Red Elektra

February 6th, 2010 Permalink

Actual Cafe 6334 San Pablo Avenue Oakland, CA Taken at the opening of “Getting There”, photography by Christopher Hall.

Red Elektra

Actual Cafe
6334 San Pablo Avenue
Oakland, CA

Taken at the opening of “Getting There”, photography by Christopher Hall.

Ways To Know Your Neighbor

February 4th, 2010 Permalink

The Transamerica Pyramid is probably the most recognizable building in the San Francisco skyline. The building used to have an observation deck on the 27th floor, but this was closed in the paranoia knee-jerk reactions surrounding the 9/11 attacks. Shot with a Lensbaby Composer.

Ways To Know Your Neighbor

The Transamerica Pyramid is probably the most recognizable building in the San Francisco skyline. The building used to have an observation deck on the 27th floor, but this was closed in the paranoia knee-jerk reactions surrounding the 9/11 attacks.

Shot with a Lensbaby Composer.