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200 Yards: A Photography Experiment

200 Yards: A Photography Experiment

200 Yards is a San Francisco-based photo experiment presented as an offshoot project by the fine folks over at Lightbox SF. The Concept Choose a venue. The sponsors find a gallery in San Francisco to host the show. Draw a 200 yard radius circle around said venue. Set photographers loose in this 200 yard radius…

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World Series Champions!

World Series Champions!

The deafening roar filled the air with every wicked strike Lincecum launched at the demoralized Texas Rangers in the final innings of game five of the 2010 World Series. Tonight was the night–I could feel it and so could the other tens of thousands who packed in to Civic Center Plaza to watch the Jumbotron…

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Awash in Orange

Awash in Orange

San Francisco is glowing orange on the eve of Game One of the World Series. From the Alcatraz lighthouse to the beacon on the tip of the Transamerica Pyramid, the entire city is radiating orange for Giants pride week. GO GIANTS!   Some photos around San Francisco on October 5, 2010:

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Fleet Week 2010: Bigger, Faster, Louder

Fleet Week 2010: Bigger, Faster, Louder

Urban legends once again filled the air in casual conversation while awaiting the aerial entertainment over San Francisco bay–legends of planes going under and/or between the cables of the Golden Gate Bridge, and stories of jets breaking the sound barrier during the show. Of course they’re nothing more than folklore…well, until today that is. The…

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1906 + 2010: The Earthquake Blend (Part I)

1906 + 2010: The Earthquake Blend (Part I)

After reading San Francisco is Burning, Dennis Smith’s superb book of San Francisco’s reaction to the 1906 earthquake, I got to thinking. What if I could precisely line up photos taken in 1906 with my own and combine the two together? I’ve always been frustrated by typical “then and now” photos because the photographer always seems…

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The Gathering Place

The Gathering Place

Oahu is known as Hawaii’s “gathering place” due to its population and activity. Not having spent more than a day on Oahu before, I had a chance to grab some photos of the deep, saturated colors of the island, even though I only packed a single lens. Most of these pictures are of some pretty…

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