To be honest I want to try out Photo Galleria, so thought I’d publish a second gallery of San Francisco photos. Hope you enjoy.
I was only in San Francisco for a few days. I’ve been there several times before but was lucky to find plenty of new things to see.
I hiked from Fishermans Wharf to the Golden Gate bridge in on again off again rain. (My favorite weather for photography.) Did that section before, but beyond the bridge, I hadn’t spent much time at the battery. Nor had I hiked down to Marshall Beach. Highly recommended.
I also went to the Sutro Baths. The ruins of a old bathhouse, right on the cliffs by the ocean. I’ve always been a big fan of ruins, and ruins in such a beautiful spot was fantastic. Once done with the baths, we hiked back towards the Golden Gate bridge from the other direction.
I tried my best to not have too many from any one site. The problem was that the Golden Gate bridge was involved in 2 different shoots. But it is an amazing bridge.
Currently watching Kelby Training’s Word Press for Photographers part 2 with RC Concepcion. I didn’t realize that you can take your Flickr Collections and publish them to WP. Seems to work ok with my Atahualpa theme, but wasn’t working right with Auto Focus. UPDATE: Realized that you always have to include a photo for the Auto Focus theme to work. So I added one after the Flickr link.
(Click on the lower right to make this full screen.)
While putting together my last post (lessons from the zoo) I decided that it would be good to do a “best of” zoo photos for 2009. To see the PDF of this just click on the below image.
Linked to this photo is a PDF of the photos I’m thinking about putting in my Balboa Park Calendar. I’d appreciate your feed back on these. I have lots of shots, but I do like these.
This gallery was ready a few days ago but I thought that it had a color management problem. The reds in photos were WAY too red. (And in Sedona there is a lot of red.) It turns out that in Adobe Acrobat I was defaulting to ProPhoto. Since this is for the web it needed to be sRGB. Problem fixed (at least on my monitor.) Please enjoy my photos from Sedona. Click on the photo to see the PDF.
Here are my color images from Grand Teton. Like always it’s hard to pck out the best. But I really enjoy this batch and hope you do too.
I’ve had a lot of projects in the “almost complete” status for weeks now. A lot of them are getting close to completion at the same time. My most recent is a collection of Black & White shots taken in Grand Teton. It’s surprising how few people have experienced the awesome beauty of Grand Teton. It’s definitely seen as Yellowstone’s little sister.
After weeks of working on my Yellowstone photos, I think I’ve finally picked out my favorite shots. It was difficult but I’m fairly pleased. I hope you like the gallery. I’m going to try this PDF delivery method again. Later I may decide to add this gallery to my web site.
I like the result of clicking to get to a PDF you can view. But I thought that the blog looked a little boring just having a hyper-link. So I wanted to test and see if you can do the same thing with an image as a hyper link. Turns out you can. Since I’m at work I don’t have an image from this set to use. I’ll fix that tonight. But for now you can click on the image and it will open a PDF of my Yellowstone Black & White images.
I heard of an approach on a few different Podcasts (Thoughts on Photography & Lenswork) where you publish a PDF of your work. Sort of a mini portfolio. Thought that I would try this with a small batch of Black & White Photos from Yellowstone. Let me know what you think about this means of presentation.