web analytics

A day San Francisco & Alcatraz

In my 8 years as a professional photographer, I have learned that it’s important to re-group, and shoot for yourself.  You get hired to photograph other’s people experiences, and love; but it’s always good to back to photographing your own love, and your own experiences.

Last year I made a conscious decision not to photograph in film as much, because it got to be too costly. However, film is what I truly love to photograph my personal photography on.  So I just did it!  To bring my Canon EOS3, and a 35 mm roll of Portra 400 along for the ride, while on my little vacation with my kids was so good for my soul. I needed to re-connect with my three loves: exploring, film photography, and spending time with my kids.

During our little tour to my beloved city of San Francisco, I brought some cameras along so I can teach my boys some photography. We photographed each other, and walked the streets; and ate the food; saw the sights; and we hugged; and we laughed, and it was so much fun. If you are photographer reading this blog, I encourage you to get out there, and shoot for yourself!! It’s a must! If you want to see some my personal work, click here.

Here what I created in a day with my boys in San Francisco with my film camera.



Street Photography San FranciscoFuji film X100FPier 39 San FranciscoSan Francisco SkylineAlcatraz TourAlcatraz TourFilm PhotographyBay Area Family Photographer

no comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *