Last year, I was in San Francisco shooting a wedding. It was my secound time visiting SF. I was always fascinated by the architecture and the weather- it’s a bit cold but the sun comes out once in awhile which makes the sky look dramatic. A month ago, I had a chance to visit SF again for a workshop. During this trip I was able to check out different parts of the city and really enjoy the serenity of SF. There are many amazing places for photography there. I think the massive Roman architecture at the Legion of Honor will make for amazing night time photos. They have the tall pillars upholding the structure with night lightings, a circular water fountain directing across from the main stairway, and large grasslands. The Museum of Fine Arts offers antique Grecian architecture- it makes you feel like you’ve been taken back to the 16th century. Chrissy Field overlooks the Golden Gate Bridge- a definite signature landmark of San Francisco. Another one of my favorite places is Fisherman’s Wharf. We’ll get the blue skies and the blue waters- everywhere there is a photo spot including the Ghiradelli chocolate factory!
Here are some of my favorite photos from this trip taken near Fishermans Wharf.
There are still one spot open for pre-wedding shooting in May in SF. Contact the studio for more info.
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