Recently the Bay Bridge in San Francisco has become the canvas for a two year long art exhibit. The Bay Lights exhibit is the worlds largest LED light sculpture which adorns the Western span of the bridge which can be seen from dusk through the night until 2015. I recently took a trip out to the bridge to photography the lights as well as scenes of the San Francisco skyline.
All photos were taken with my mirrorless subcompact camera the Canon EOS M, and the 18-55 STM IS kit lens. For the night shots, I used the Joby Gorillapod Focus.
Bay Bridge Panorama - Shot at ISO 1600 f/3.5 at 1/4 of a second.
Bay Bridge Panorama - Shot at ISO 400 f/8 at 8 seconds exposure time.
SF Skyline Night - Shot at ISO 1600 f/8 at 1.6 seconds.
SF Pier Skyline - Shot at ISO 100 f/10 at 1/200th of a second.
SF Pier Skyline - Shot at ISO 100 f/10 at 1/250th of a second.