I spent some time Saturday at the 2013 San Francisco Pride Celebration. Captured a couple of candids but mostly asked people to pose for me in front of City Hall. See the rest of the images at: http://andrewshermanphotography.com/gallery/2013-pride-celebration/
Danielle bought some kick ass seats from a work associate for Giants game on Wednesday. Usually we are in seats so high that it’s hard to get good close ups of the action so this was a fun time. Here are my favorite images from the evening…
I participated in a Photowalk with Trey Ratcliff in San Francisco yesterday. Had a great time though I unfortunately did not win the Google Glass they gave away at the end ;^(.
Here are my favorite images from the walk:
Once again my friend Kenneth (http://www.kennethphotography.com) asked me to help cover the Stanford Viennese Ball. This year the gala event was held at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco on February 22nd and a fun time seemed to be had by all.
See my all my favorites at: http://andrewshermanphotography.com/gallery/2013-stanford-viennese-ball/
Held every year at the Cow Palace south of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog show is a great place for dog lovers to get up close and personal with their favorite breeds. Danielle and I make a pilgrimage every year. Here are my favorite images from our visit on January 27th, 2013.
Another image from the Scott Roberts 5 Day Workshop.
When thinking about covering this years Day of the Dead in San Francisco’s Mission District I made the conscious decision to use natural light (so no flashes). This made capturing these images both harder and easier. Easier since I no longer had to juggle an external flash, harder because I was forced to work harder to find scenes with good lighting. It ended up being a great exercise for me and I really like what I came back with. You can see all the images at: http://andrewshermanphotography.com/gallery/2012-dia-de-las-muertas/
Here is my favorite image from a five day Scott Roberts workshop (www.scottrobertgallery.com/. We were at Fort Mason and managed to get into one of the big warehouses there when we were shooting models.
Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces to test your all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie. After seeing the obstacles on this course I have nothing but admiration for the men and women who participated. While I did not walk the entire course I did, through the use of some judicious shortcuts over hills, manage to get to all of the obstacles over the span of 4 hours. It was a long, exhausting day but I had a great time (though next time I won’t lug around so much camera gear). See my images from the day at http://andrewshermanphotography.com/gallery/2012-tough-mudder/?page_id=2129&preview=true