*Riding Through The Light*
This is one of those moments you see and try to react really quickly. It happened twice while I was on Pier 7. A biker came through, and I instantly knew I need a shot of him riding down the center, getting lit by the lights. The first one came through and I wasn't ready and go a blown out shot because of the wrong settings. Then a second one came through, the security guy. I said screw it and flipped the Auto switch on, snap, snap, snap. I got what I wanted.
It took the shot at 12,800 ISO. Thanks to the Canon 5D MK III, its not as noisy as I thought I would be. 1/30 second at f/4. http://smu.gs/QzwOh4
*That One Time, When I Went To Church*
This is taken in side The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption in San Francisco, CA. I had my fisheye on and my tripod out. I thought I would get told no tripods, like everywhere else I shoot. But was only told to take off my hat. I also got lucky with the lack of people here.
This is a 3 shot Blend in Photomatix, processed through Silver Efex Pro 2 from Nik Software and then finished off in Adobe Lightroom 4. Canon 5D MK III, Canon 8-15mm f/4 L Fisheye and Induro CT214 Carbon Tripod. View More: http://smu.gs/S4OKLt
If Only One Existed
The Sequoias - San Francisco. Shot with LEE Big Stopper for 15 seconds at f/22 ISO 100. Processed in my favorite program Silver Efex Pro 2 by Nik Software. Finished off in Lightroom 4. http://smu.gs/S4MjIK