It's safe to say that no first-time visit to San Francisco is complete without a visit to the Golden Gate Bridge. The famous "Industrial Orange"-colored suspension bridge has been an internationally recognized symbol of the Bay Area ever since its completion in 1937. At that time, it was the longest of its kind in the world.
Now, you could go to the visitor's center and nab the traditional tourist shot, but where's the fun in that? On the other hand, if you're looking for a few different angles the Golden Gate Bridge then San Francisco photographer Bill Storage has all the information you'll need. Bill's “Photographers Guide to the Golden Gate Bridge” is a 4-part series on the various spots from which to photograph this amazing example of architecture.
- Park 1 — Baker Beach North
- Part 2 — Battery Spencer and Conzulman Road (Marin Headlands)
- Part 3 — Langdon Court and Merchant Road
- Fort Point, Horseshoe Bay amd the Visitor’s Center
Photo “Golden Gate from Langdon Court” courtesy of Bill Storage.