In The Field: Photographing Iconic Subjects

Lands End

There are lots of photographers in the world. That means whatever you are taking a picture of has been photographed by hundreds if not thousands before you. And that's OK. You are unique and you bring your own eye to a scene or subject.

It can be especially challenging to photograph iconic subjects – the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Grand Canyon in Arizona just to name a few. How do you take a photo of such well traveled with your own twist? Join me in San Francisco for some photos of the Golden Gate Bridge and how I decided to put my own spin on a scene that has been "shot to death".

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