My wife likes to take photos from the car while someone else is driving. I can see the appeal. While shooting from the car does not result in a good keeper percentage, I’ve found that I really enjoy taking her photos and trying to find something workable in them. Sometimes this is through Photoshop. More recently it’s been processing them via the Flickr app on her iPhone.
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On the peak of Mt. Diablo is an inactive aviation beacon which fell into disuse after the Pearl Harbor attack. It is now lit once a year on December 7 in memory of those who lost their lives in the attack. I’ve been shooting it from work each year ever since I found out about it. Last year was the first year I’ve been able to shoot from the roof though.
Yes. This is 4 months late.
2012 (also the top image)
A few images from a roll I’ve only just gotten around to scanning despite starting to shoot it in October 2012.
Meyer Library – AKA The Undergraduate Library – AKA UgLi. Stanford, CA.
Former site of Santa Clara Kaiser Hospital. Santa Clara, CA.
Continuing from my previous post. He’s starting to get the hang of things as long as he keeps his finger from covering the lens. But he’s still machine-gunning his subjects in a fully-manual fashion.
While I don’t do this with my main shooters, it seems that any camera I’m just messing around with eventually makes its way to San Francisco so I can shoot this view. It’s a nice view which will be looking a bit different in future years as the SFMOMA expansion will be going up behind this building.