Ed’s Sunday Stills: Night Shots

More shots of the Golden Gate Bridge for my San Francisco collection from my October photography tour of this amazing city. While I managed to get some star effects, I would have gotten more had I closed down my aperture. F/16 is usually a good bet.

Golden Gate north tower at night, with city lights of San Francisco and Bay Bridge in the distanceFrom Golden Gate Overlook at Battery Spencer, north across the bridge.
Nikon D7100, 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, extended to 26mm, 5 sec @ f/11, ISO 400

For another view from Battery Spencer, visit Photography 101: Landmark

Golden Gate south tower at night, with city lights of San Francisco in the backgroundFrom Hawk Hill, Conzelman Rd, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Sausalito (Marin Headlands)
Nikon D7100, 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, extended to 105mm, 10 sec @ f/11, ISO 400

Golden Gate at night looking north from Battery GodfreyFrom Battery Godfrey, The Presidio
Nikon D7100, 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, extended to 36mm, 15 sec @ f/8, ISO 400

Thanks to Ed for inspiring me to finish and post these photos! Check out Ed’s Sunday Stills for more night shots.

41 thoughts on “Ed’s Sunday Stills: Night Shots

  1. I must tell you….I’ve had a crazy travel weekend and keep trying to find time to comment on these awesome pictures. I could look at them all day. Each one has something unique yet they are all the same. I love the coloring and the city in the background adds a different dimension. amazing!

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    • Thanks for that, Jeremy! I’ve seen some spectacular shots of the foggy bridge and was actually hoping to have that happen. It did, but I wasn’t at a place to capture it at all well when it happened. But the whole bridge literally disappeared! Amazing.

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  2. Wow wow wow. Stacy you know how I love my bridges, that’s how we met. I actually made a noise when I saw these pictures just now. I want to go there with you and see how you do this. Just breathtaking.

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