Best Photography Spots In San Francisco

From a photography perspective, San Francisco is incredibly unique and combines two of my favorite genres of photography: cityscapes and landscapes.

It is not often that you can find yourself in the heart of a major metropolis with endless photography opportunities from modern high-rises, antique cable cars, and magnificent arches of famous bridges to wide-open landscapes and seascapes.

I hope my multiple encounters with this magnificent city will inspire you to create your own opportunities and find your favorite photography spots in San Francisco.

What to See and Photograph in San Francisco If You Only Have 2 Hours

Here is an outline of my wild two hour run, with the places I managed to visit and photograph. 

Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point

The Fort Point is located at very close proximity to the Golden Gate Bridge ...

 

The View of Golden Gate Bridge from the Hawk Hill

The Fort Point is located at very close proximity to the Golden Gate Bridge ... 

Ferry Building Clock Tower

... I went to Pier 14 and took a picture of the Ferry Building.

 

Golden Gate Bridge Geometry - Walking Across the Bridge

Over the years, I got to walk across the Golden Gate Bridge on any occasions and, to be honest, I never liked the experience ... 

Point Bonita Lighthouse

In recent years, I have visited San Francisco on many occasions but I never had a chance to visit Point Bonita Lighthouse ... 

Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

The park is surrounded by industrial areas and the Port of Oakland, and to get there one has to navigate through multiple freeway underpasses and around West Oakland. 

Treasure Island - A Hidden Treasure in Plain Sight

The park is surrounded by industrial areas and the Port of Oakland, and to get there one has to navigate through multiple freeway underpasses and around West Oakland.

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