Winter sunshine in the park

[Photo by nilublue13, via It's Always Sunny in San Francisco]

3D City: Powell


3D City is a year long stereoscopic photography project by Doctor Popular

15 minutes at Powell Street turnaround. I got to a downtown photo-walk 15 minutes early, so I snapped these shots (and a bunch others) all off while waiting for the walk to start. Crazy cause I never really had that much luck shooting there before.

This is the second roll of Ilford HP5 I’ve shot this month, and I think it works great for this project. The thing is that it’s rather expensive. The folks at Photoworks have been helping this project out with some deals on developing, but I wanted to ask you guys for help to. If you dig 3D city, kick in two bucks on my Patreon to help the good film coming.


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Wet, rainy Mission Street in the early morning dark

[Photo by Justin, via It's Always Sunny in San Francisco]

3D City: Step by Step


3D City is a year long stereoscopic photography project by Doctor Popular

Walk around photographing the city long enough and you’ll end up with plenty of photos of stairs. I was building up quite a collection and thought they deserved their own post.

“I like a escalator, man, ’cause an escalator can never break. It can only become stairs.” – Mitch Hedberg


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Photo of contemporary young people hanging out in the park

[via killyoselfalready]

Good morning

[Photo by Shannie, via It's Always Sunny in San Francisco]

3D City: Highs, Lows, Middles


3D City is a year long stereoscopic photography project by Doctor Popular

My morning walk from the Mission to downtown is one of my favorite rituals. When shooting photos along the way, this walk takes about 30 minutes. Unless it’s raining, then I’ll be out for hours.

This batch was shot on my Nimslo 3D with a roll of Ilford HP5 (my default “foggy day” film) on a recent rainy morning, then dropped off at Photoworks on the walk back home where I’ll load up film for the next day’s walk.


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A belated really beautiful ‘gram from Mission Street after the World Series win

[via Gray Powell]

Here’s a different view of Twin Peaks and Sutro Tower

From the western slope of Liberty Hill I think? Which is the hill that rises southwest from Dolores Park? Anyway, cool view.

[via Erynn]

Sunset over the Rite Spot Cafe’s neon sign

[via Annie]