pmpnonline.comProbably pondering the disappearance of his negatives...Negatives of Ansel Adams' early work -- $45. What a steal. [SFist] Oakland city council gives the green to marijuana manufacturers. Green light that is. [CBS5]Patrol a bridge, save a life. [SFAppeal]
sftravel.comThis is a prize-winner?If you're willing to -- definitely -- grant others "a royalty-free, non-exclusive, worldwide right to copy, crop, edit, publish, display, distribute, sublicense or otherwise use" your photographs, and -- very remotely -- have a chance of winning 100 bucks, boy do w ... More >>
The towering "Left-Coast Lifter" bides its time in Oakland prior to its deployment crafting the new Bay Bridge. Sorry this photo isn't exactly of Ansel Adams' caliber, but it's not easy to drive and shoot...Earlier this month, the Bay Area media went gaga over the "Left-Coast Lifter," the massive pl ... More >>
The city's new New Deal: Privatizing public parks
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An art show's lingering effects take us on a tour of deco restaurants
At Photo San Francisco, four days of all things emulsified, exposed, and enlarged
Sneak into luxe green spaces
Pirkle Jones has been photographing his own back yard -- writ large -- for 60 years
Photographs that invite us to rediscover the city we inhabit
Said Nuseibeh's photos evoke a place where Muslims, Christians, and Jews lived together in peace
One definition of heaven: A week, a t-top Camaro, and the Pacific Coast Highway.
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We don't need more pretty pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge. So why is one of the country's finest documentary photographers taking hundreds of them?
A retrospective of Ruth Bernhard, whom Ansel Adams lauded as "the greatest photographer of the nude"
Since the '60s, the Ananda Church of Self-Realization has grown from a Northern California commune into a worldwide New Age empire. Its leader has grown fond of sex with young believers.
The battle intensifies over Ansel Adams' legacy
Taking the Sierra Club's helm, boy wonder Adam Werbach confronts more than his own inexperience
As the Asian Art Museum prepares to take over the Old Main Library, preservationists worry about the fate of the building's treasures