cTv with more Video/Photos of the Napa Wine Country. In Part 4 we focus on Story Telling and cover dozens of techniques to get dramatic photos – regardless of the circumstances! We look forward to your feedback and sharing this with your family and friends!
In our fourth and final segment of the Golden Gate Bridge series, California Travel Videos reviews their favorite photo and video locations to capture images of the Golden Gate Bridge and nearby travel highlights.
Finally, Michael and Grace take photos on the Golden Gate Bridge, shooting Alcatraz, Angel Island, north to the Marin Headlands, south toward San Francisco and more. When the weather cooperates, you might even see the Farallon Islands yet when its a foggy summer day, go for the close-up shots on the Golden Gate Bridge. Click below to see our 12 minute video with breathtaking photos and travel insights, plus another 12 minutes of historic video on the actual building of the Bridge – great for “engineering types” as well as Lego builders!
In this episode segment at California Travel Videos we head south into San Francisco, checking out Crissy Field, Torpedo Wharf, Fort Point, Fort Baker and more. Click below wo watch our video:
Despite taking photos and videos during the summer, be sure to bring along extra layers since fog, wind and cold, moist temperatures can catch you off guard even on a seemingly warm summer day!
The Golden Gate Bridge, Part 2 cTv (California Travel Videos) – we welcome you to view our planning video where we discuss lots of interesting aspects of the history behind building what in the 1930s was to be the world’s longest suspension bridge, built over the most challenging waterway!
The Golden Gate Bridge – California Travel Videos shoots photos, videos (including aerial Phantom drone footage) from numerous locations with travel tips, perspectives, day and night. You won’t want to miss our dramatic four minute teaser to get a taste for our upcoming segments on the Golden Gate Bridge. In our introductory program we share photo techniques and deal with unusual climate challenges to shoot memorable photographs, learn about the background/history and more.