The Photographer's Guide to the Golden Gate Bridge

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Peachpit Press, Oct 17, 2012 - Photography - 65 pages
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The Ultimate Guide to Photographing San Francisco's Most Famous Landmark

It’s been called the most photographed bridge in the world, but until now there has been no book, guide or reference for photographing the Golden Gate Bridge. The Photographer’s Guide to the Golden Gate Bridge is the ideal guide for photographers of all skill levels who want to make beautiful photographs of the bridge.

You’ll find detailed descriptions of over 15 locations, with tips on technique, lens choices, best times to shoot and how to deal with weather. It also includes over 25 photographs to inspire and assist you in getting the best images possible.

 

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Contents

Introduction
Weather
Safety
Marin
Angel Island Treasure Island and East
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Rob Dweck is an award winning photographer whose photographs have appeared in books and magazines. After spending most of his life on the east coast, he fulfilled his dream of moving to California in 2000 and settled in the San Francisco Bay Area. Rob soon developed an interest in photography, which quickly became a passion and an ongoing fascination with light. You can see more of his work at robdweck.com

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