Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting up in SF with some local iPhone guys, including Egmont, Allan Smorra, and Petyr Campos. It was great to finally meet Al, because I knew he had been following this blog for a while, and it turns out Petyr follows me too. Yesterday was a good reminder that, while blogs are a great way to share your work and ideas, face to face conversation is still much more effective, and faster. Plus, chatting with people that nerd out about photography, or in this case, iphoneography, is really fun. After talking with other artists, I always walk away feeling like I have so much to learn still. There are so many different perspectives, apps to edit with, and artistic choices to make.
We spent over an hour, exploring every inch of Fort Point, beneath the Golden Gate. At first, I wasn’t sure what to shoot, or how to best compose the scene. That quickly changed as I walked the dark halls, watching the light gently creep in to light the beautiful brick walls. When I first got into the city and saw the fog, I thought it was going to be a wasted day for photos, but I was very wrong. Now I have quite a few to share this week, if time allows me to.
Shot with the native camera app. Edited with Snapseed and Mextures.