This was shot from the Marin Headlands in San Francisco. The idea was to use the Fisheye lens to exaggerate the curve on Conzelman road while capturing the light streaks from the cars and also capture the Golden Gate bridge and the city in the background. I did not realize there was going to be a supermoon. We seen lots of photographers and spectators, the conditions were near perfect.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Monday, August 24, 2015
I am honored to be the photographer for the 2nd year in a row of the 8th annual Fire Spectacular.
Excellent show, great job by all performers. Founder of Obsidian butterfly Sequoia did a great job organizing this event and Obsidian Butterfly's performance was over the top. see more photos
Andy Pischalniloff aka (Major Blaze)
Universal Flow Art ( Madeline) Very created & talented artist
See more of her work at link below
Posted by Cedric Sims Photography at 12:45 PM
A blue moon is defined when 2 full moons occur in 1 month. This usually happens once every 2 1/2 years
This is a shot of the Blue Moon July 2015 at the California State Capitol. I had to really work to get this shot. At times I was in the middle of the street but luckily the traffic was not very bad. The moon moves so fast making it a challenge to shoot, that one of the things I love about shooting low light photography. I like how the color of the moon changes as it moves through the atmosphere. I used my Canon 40D with 100-400 lens. Camera settings F9, 1/3S 350mm A blue moon is defined when 2 full moons occur in 1 month. This usually happens once every 2 1/2 years.
Posted by Cedric Sims Photography at 1:18 AM
Sunday, August 23, 2015
This is Highway 101 & Highway 280 interchange. To get this shot we had to go
through a cyclone fence and stand on a hillside over looking the freeway. See more
San Francisco cityscape here http://www.pbase.com/cdsims/san_francisco_nightshots
This old house looked spooky and lonely out in the middle of
Panther Creek Falls
This is a shot of Panther Creek Falls which is actually in Washington. The
falls were a little rugged getting to. Had to climb down a rope and than scale down a wall.
It was well worth the climb. Be sure to take something to cover your camera with
because the mist will get on your lens. See more photos from my Portland Oregon & Columbia Gorge