Night Lights, San Francisco


Monochromia

Black and white, Photography, San Francisco Night Lights, San Francisco

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Categories: Architecture, Black and White, Monochromia, Night Photography, PhotographyTags: , , , ,

16 comments

  1. What a treat to catch up with your wonderful “Jane’s Lens”. Always feel uplifted by visiting you. Hope all is well. Warmest wishes Jane 🙂

  2. Beautiful image! Love the b&w with so much detail.

  3. Oh to be in SF..lovely photo.

  4. Beautiful shot, beautiful view B&W view of the city. 🙂

    O/T: I’m thinking about making a camera upgrade, but haven’t decided. Canon finally has joined the mirrorless market with the EOS M50. Its kit lens is 15-45mm f3.5 to 6.3 IS STM. Or, I might go a regular DSLR.

    • Hi David, Thanks. This was a nice clear night.
      That’s great you’re upgrading. I don’t remember- are you a Canon shooter now? The one advantage is your lenses would be compatible. I never looked back on my beloved Nikons after I switched to Fuji mirrorless. Aside from its light weight, the system works beautifully.

      • I’ve always been a Canon shooter from the film days, and have two lenses for the 35mm SLR. The Canon digital I use is their S3 IS, which is a bridge camera – vintage tech from 04-05 but still works very well. I can use the SLR lenses on a DSLR or mirrorless system provided I have a mount adapter. I still shoot some film but mostly using the kit lens. So we shall see.

  5. Capturing images at night has always be a challenging task for me. The clarity and sharpness of your monochrome capture is truly remarkable, Jane.

    • Thank you, Peter. That means a lot. Basically, I used a tripod and a prime lens which has great clarity. I’m so glad you like this one. San Francisco does much of the work. 😉

  6. Not bad. Nice pic!

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