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Top 5 places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge
ゴールデンゲートブリッジ is one of Top 5 places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.

1. ゴールデンゲートブリッジ

(Golden Gate Bridge)
Golden Gate Brg S, サンフランシスコ, CA
· 813個のヒントとレビュー

David S.David Sanger: When walking across the bridge be sure to look up and explore different angles of the towers and cables. You'll find lots of intriguing compositions and abstracts. Early evening the light is best.

Hawk Hill is one of Top 5 places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.

2. Hawk Hill

9.4
Conzelman Rd, Marin Headlands, CA
· 48個のヒントとレビュー

David S.David Sanger: To get the bridge with the city of San Francisco in the background, pull over about half way up Conzelman Road. There's one spot where the Trans America Pyramid lines up with the North Tower.

Fort Point National Historic Site is one of Top 5 places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.

3. Fort Point National Historic Site

9.1
Marine Dr (at West Bluff Dr), サンフランシスコ, CA
史跡 · Presidio National Park · 77個のヒントとレビュー

David S.David Sanger: This Civil War fort offers a unique view from directly underneath the bridge. The intricate girders contrast with the historic brickwork. Shoot in the late afternoon from the top level.

Marshall's Beach is one of Top 5 places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.

4. Marshall's Beach

9.2
The Presidio, サンフランシスコ, CA
海岸 · Presidio National Park · 15個のヒントとレビュー

David S.David Sanger: To get the classic shot of the bridge from the ocean side, park at Baker Beach and walk along the shore to Marshall Beach, where you can frame the scene with surf on the rocks in the foreground.

Scenic lookout is one of Top 5 places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.

5. Scenic lookout

7.5
West Frontage Road, バークリー, CA
展望台 · West Berkeley · 2個のヒントとレビュー

David S.David Sanger: In the winter you can get a great shot of the sunset behind the Golden Gate Bridge. You'll need a long lens and a tripod. Move back and forth until you get a pleasing composition.