Jessica is my San Francisco lifeline. I know that if I have a gig in the Bay Area, or just feel like coming down on a whim, her doors, couch, and Kitty will all be open to me. Plus, she works at the ever famous Tartine Bakery. Who would deny that kind of hook-up? Certainly not me.
While we haven’t actually lived in the same city for 6+ years, I’m happy to say that we’re still just as close as ever. Anytime I have a reason to visit San Francisco, I make sure to extend my stay so I can get some quality time in with Jess.
These photos were shot on my last visit when I was in town for Jessica & Evan’s wedding, back in May. We had a fun time going on epic walks around the city, getting our tintypes done at Photobooth SF, and having lots of gratuitous portrait sessions at all the famous spots. I can’t wait to go back again in September. I even got to squeeze in a Berkeley visit with my SIL and a pizza date with her hubby my last day in town. And, of course, I went to a Giants game.
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Just stop it already – you’re so good!!! I don’t mean stop really. Keep going.
thanks for your reply Kim. I hadn’t been impressed with VSCO much until now but have been with ASE so it makes sense!
I recognize so many of these spots! I always love seeing the bay area through others’ cameras.
Dude — next time you’re in SF, hit me up! We’ll go on an epic photowalk. :)
Yeah, Anne is right. How much farther do you go until you implode? These are all so beautiful and made so much more special to me that they’re moments that existed in my own city! She sure is a beaut. That first picture is the back of my next album, for sure. So rich and beautiful. You’re still the bomb, it turns out.
These pictures are so beautiful, Kim! I love your around-town photos, how you notice all the little interesting details- love seeing an all new SF through your eyes. :)
Gorgeous photos Kim and I think your friend looks a bit like Drew Barrymore!
D700! these look like film! is it one of your magical actions?
Thank you, Cara! Unfortunately not, this post was edited with a different tool belt: VSCO and ASE 4.
I’m speechless, again (and you know me, I love talking!). I love all of them, but the interior shots are so special. They’re so warm. Your portraits of your friend have the best composition. With every new post, I can see your skills improving so much that I can’t help but wonder how much more growing you can do. You need to make a book of your friend photos, and I’m not kidding.
Thank you, Anne! Your comments get more and more sweet, I don’t know how you expect me to ever stay humble! ;) It’s my hope that the improving never ends… I think photography would be quite boring if I ever stopped learning!