Exploring San Francisco

Exploring San Francisco  - student project

Exploring San Francisco  - image 1 - student project

The View Lounge on the 39th floor of the Marriot in SOMA. Tried to catch a rule of thirds and some geometric lines with the natural architecture of the building. Think the quality of this photo can be better, this was taken with my iPhone 4. 

Exploring San Francisco  - image 2 - student project

Fort Mason, sunset overlooking the Marina and the Golden Gate Bridge. Caught a really good gleam of light through those trees! Taken with my iPhone 4.

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Update 6/12:

Exploring San Francisco  - image 3 - student project

Updated, thanks Frank for the cropping tip!

In the middle of the Golden Gate Bridge. We stopped in the middle as we biked across and I managed to grab this shot of the bridge as the sun is about to set. I like the lines here, and the contrast between the orange/red and the blues. 

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Caught this one while pausing in the middle of the bridge. 

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Taken when passing underneath the bridge. Stuck my hand through the wired gate and caught this with my iPhone 5. You can see the tip of the bar on the top right corner :) 

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On the ferry to Saucilito. 

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Dusk. There is no filter on this shot, all natural. The alignment isn't so great, but I can't help but love the colors.

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Morning walk to the office. Taken at the corner of Broadway and Mason. Added a slight filter to this to enhance the gleam. 

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A bit of a foggy day here. I liked the ruggedness of this green building and the Transamerica building in the back. 

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Dusk. Love the colors here.

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Hiking at Muir Woods.

JingJing Xia
Driven by curiosity