2010 was a busy year for me, photographically speaking. I shot over 10,000 frames this year, and posted over 3,800 photos to my Flickr stream. The following are some of my personal favorites from the year.
This was taken on the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk in the Albany Bulb.
I shot more film this year than in years past. This is one of my favorites from the Rollei.
Another film shot. This is a double exposure shot with a Polaroid 100.
The Transbay Terminal was demolished in 2010. This is a view that no longer exists.
Most of you know I have a passion for shooting neon. This year was no different. I had spotted this sign from the freeway, but didn’t get back to shoot it until earlier this year.
One of my favorites from the $2 Portrait Project. This photograph also appears in the book Save 10: Volume 2.
One of the things I like about my job is the view from the office window. This was the view on a particularly foggy day.
Experimenting with long exposures led to this shot.
My wife and I visited Boston in October. It’s difficult to pick one favorite from Boston, I selected this one since it was shot while walking with my wife, and it brings back fond memories of the trip.
The Raygun Gothic Rocketship is on display along the Embarcadero in San Francisco. It’s a wonderfully whimsical installation, and makes an interesting addition to the San Francisco skyline.