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Uploaded: 03/10/20 6:26 AM GMT
Street View SF
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This is the view looking mostly east from 399 Fremont Street, San Francisco, Ca. I inspected this property last June and wow, what a view!! The windows are covered with little black dots I believe for spatial awareness while up so high and I found no way to overcome the reflection. Thinking of entering this into the current contest. Thanks for your comments. Check it out here: 399


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03/10/20 7:54 AM GMT
Excellent and interesting view. I like it, good entry. Good luck, Bruce, if you decide for this one.
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03/10/20 10:08 AM GMT
---I found no way to overcome the reflection---
Great street view, Bruce.
When taking an image behind glass, I've learned that the best result can be achieved by placing the lens (without UV-filter, as glass is an UV-filter on its own) against the glass (if possible).
Most or all reflections will be gone this way.
I like to say however that the reflections aren't disturbing here, so a very good entry for the current contest, if would decide so.
In this case I wish you Good Luck with it as well, Buddy!
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03/10/20 10:32 AM GMT
Bruce, best wishes in the contest. Extraordinary picture. I am amazed at the low level of human movement on the streets and sidewalks of one of the most populated cities in the United States.
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03/10/20 2:21 PM GMT
Nice view of the incoming Bay Bridge on this one...I forgot that it was as high over the Embarcadero as this one is over the Belt on the Brooklyn Side...Both bridges are dual-leveled, and have to still be able to accommodate big ships passing underneath...

Nice presentation...Faved
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03/10/20 6:09 PM GMT
Super entry for the contest BB. The black dots add to the texture in my opinion. I don't think the reflection is a problem.
I liked SEA's tutorial on how to overcome window reflections.
View is a Gull's Eye View(good thing you didn't use a fisheye lens) and according to Frank, there is no such thing as a Seagull.
Excellent candidate for the street photography.


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
03/10/20 9:16 PM GMT
This is a great view and well deserves to be in the contest Bruce.
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03/11/20 12:45 AM GMT
I like how it turned out, and I agree with the instruction that Mr. C. gave you about the reflections, but that does not seem to bother me at all in this shot. It's a good entry, good luck if you enter it. I enjoyed the link, and the view of the city, brings back memories. tigs=^..^=
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03/13/20 4:14 PM GMT
Still a good shot even through the safety of the glass
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