Top San Francisco and Golden Gate Bridge Landscape Photography
San Francisco is an incredibly fun place to live. I honestly feel lucky and honored to be a part of a city that garners so much love and admiration from nearly everyone who visits. Every day when I walk around my city, I see tourists from far-off lands who have come to marvel at this place and take their own landscape photos of San Francisco. Having grown up here, I have had ample opportunities to explore with my camera, but I very often still find myself on some new adventure of discovery in this amazing city. It is no coincidence then that San Francisco landscapes are some of my favorite things to photograph.
The concept of taking San Francisco landscape photos encompasses a lot of different things, and means very different things to different people. For myself, it means almost entirely shortly after sunset, as the many different colored lights start to come out and reflect on the water. It means the iconic landmarks, and it means classic ideas of what it means to photograph San Francisco.
Some of these images have been photographed by the best photographers in the world thousands of time. It matters not. These are mine. These are my best San Francisco landscape photos.
The above shot is titled, "Golden Gate Bridge at Blue Hour." It was taken from a very popular and easy to reach spot in the Marin Headlands, about 45 minutes after the sunset. Other shots you will see below, were taken from far less popular or accessible perspectives.