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17 Sep 2013 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 15

  1. J. Rae Chip 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Does it have to be in SF city limits?

  2. Rick Bucich 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    So many spots, hard to think of one that hasn't been done hundreds of times. Lighting might be tough but inside Anchor Brewing Co or the Cable Car Museum could add some SF flavor without being dorky.

  3. Rick Bucich 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Or, how about on Yerba Buena or Treasure Island with SF in the background? There are also old ruins on Angel Island that might make an interesting backdrop but it is less accessible.

  4. Gary Jimenez 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    On Hawk Hill there is an abandoned army battery that has some cool graffiti. I'd go with some extra people for "safety reasons". It's off the beaten path but the views awesome.

  5. Brent Burzycki 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    +J. Rae Chip and with that you have summed up yourself 🙂 SF Area to marin headlands only have two hours with their photographer…

    Thanks +Rick Bucich and +Gary Jimenez I will send those along.. I know he likes it up there in the battery area.. but this is also semi traditional in keeping for some of the shots…

  6. Brent Burzycki 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Maybe +Thomas Hawk or +Chris Chabot can chime in as I know they both know the city extremely well.

    I just need a pile of options for them.. it is sort of like an engagement gift in a way to help them find a cool location.. 

  7. J. Rae Chip 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    me? no.
    I was going to suggest Moss Landing, but I think that's too far away. One of my favorite places ever is out there though.

  8. Gary Jimenez 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Twin Peaks at sunset is nice.

  9. Stuart Ponder 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Not really my area but I see so many beautiful pics from the Headlands that I have to nominate that locale.

  10. Thomas Hawk 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Legion of Honor is great for that.

  11. Rick Bucich 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    I was trying to think of something completely different. If more traditional is in order, the Palace of Fine Arts is a beautiful spot and easily accessible. 

    Another could be Fort Point at the foot of the SF side of the Golden Gate, the backdrop would be spectacular but would likely require morning light.

    Lastly, Golden Gate Park is full of nooks and crannies full of flowers and other nice backdrops that would lend themselves well.

  12. Ivan Yudhi 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Outside De Young museum at Golden Gate park

  13. Brent Burzycki 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Thanks everyone – keep them coming – i will send them all his way….

  14. Jigar Champaneria 17 Sep 2013 Reply

    Baker beach is always great especially if you include the more "industrial" look of the canons and the metal doors & concrete steps there.

  15. Brent Burzycki 18 Sep 2013 Reply

    +Jigar Champaneria that is one of the spots they are thinking about right now..

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