SFMOMA Reflections


View from SFMOMA of South of Market and East of 1st Streets San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. October 7, 2016

View from SFMOMA of South of Market and East of 1st Streets San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. October 7, 2016

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5 Comments on “SFMOMA Reflections

  1. Terrific image, Tim. I love the building and its new addition. Endless possibilities for great photos. Did you see the Diane Arbus exhibition? The entire photography floor is amazing!

    • Jane, thank you. I’m still working on the photos that I took while there. So many great opportunities.
      I saw the Arbus exhibition while I was in New York. I was impressed. As I was going through the exhibit I kept thinking of all the rules she kept breaking. I was a bit rushed when seeing the exhibit and I do want to see it again. SFMOMA is turning into a 1st class museum – competing with Whitney. For me that is saying a lot.

  2. Ah, I have been here before via your photos. Nice comp, in tight, human scale, muted colours….love the ripples.
    Sorry Tim to have missed so much of your work which was always excellent, but with these recent ones you have excelled yourself.
    Regards, John.

    • Hi John,
      Yes, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is becoming one of the best in the U.S.A. There is some much to shoot and shoot and shoot. I’d planned to go to other locations but spent the entire day there.
      It’s okay to miss. Doing binge watching seems to be fashionable. I’ve learning a lot more on how to use Light Room from Adobe. It seems to be paying off. At the end of last year I was moved up to the level just below the Masters level in the photo society that I’m a member. I’m now competing with a group that are really superior. To get winning image requires a lot more work and study. I’m enjoying the challenge as I compete and learn from the judges statements. John, thank you for noticing.

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