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Photos

The past meets the future

Yeah, it sounds all big and important, but isn't. I just had the opportunity to photograph an immaculate 1951 Packard parked in front of my (not so) immaculate 2004 Prius. The past meets the future.

I've tried to photoshop them a bit, but I'm getting used to the camera on my new phone; that is, seeing if I can make it take a decent picture. Like most chead CCD's, it doesn't deal with wide light variations too well... but I also need some more experience with it. Image editing software helps... well, a little.


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San Francisco Photos

So, after way, way too long, I've finally gotten my San Francisco pictures developed. Here are some of the better ones:

Cityscapes:

  • Stereotypical: Coit Tower from Lombard St.  Doesn't everyone take this picture?  But I like it.Stereotypical: Coit Tower from Lombard St. Doesn't everyone take this picture? But I like it.
  • Lafayette Park: Lafayette park (a park near where we stayed), looking towards the city.  Needs double exposure.Lafayette Park: Lafayette park (a park near where we stayed), looking towards the city. Needs double exposure.
  • Polk St: From a window, high up.Polk St: From a window, high up.
  • Muni Metro Subway: No, I was not arrested for taking this picture.Muni Metro Subway: No, I was not arrested for taking this picture.
  • Warehouse: A dock/warehouse in the light.Warehouse: A dock/warehouse in the light.

Bridges: You need Bridges, right?


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House Picture

House Picture

My Award winning* lawn picture.



* Award may or may not actually exist.


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Delaware Water Gap

Delaware Water Gap

Ah, a pretty one for the first photo. Delaware water gap. Long climb up there.


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