Bay Bridge Lower Deck Motorcycle with Dogs
Ahern rental truck with sunlight starburst
California Highway patrol car parked at accident scene
Highway 880 in Oakland California
A mistake turns into an interesting photograph
Pittsburg BART station light Streaks
Dragging the shutter at twilight while traveling 65 MPH
Concord Ready Mix Cement Truck
Motorcycle sunset on Highway 680
Construction on highway 4 in Antioch California
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Booth at dusk
Berkeley Farms Truck
Tanker Truck Self Portrait
SUV hauling mattresses on roof with dog looking out
Wide Load of Pipe Interstate
Tanker truck inside the Caldecott Tunnel
AC Transit bus crossing the lower deck of Bay Bridge
Lower Deck of Bay Bridge
Motorcycle with two riders captured with 15mm fisheye
Fishing Boat - Striper on wheels
Cyclist riding on the Golden Gate Bridge walkway
Safeway Semi
Taco Bell Drive Thru
Molten Sulfer
Reflection in stainless steel tanker truck
Budweiser - The King of Beers
Sunset with Clouds on Vasco Road and the Windmills
Drunk Closed Byron Inn Cafe
Eastbound Bay Bridge Exit
Confined Space - Permit Required
Interstate Cement pumping truck
The new span of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge
Standing while riding his motorcycle on Highway Four
Electric transmission towers and fluffy blue sky
Golden Gate Bridge tower
Toll booth
Semi tractor trailer carrying over sized load
Sunset along highway 680 in Fremont California
Blue sky and Yellow field of grass
California Tow Service
CAT - Steamroller getting a lift to new location
Right along side a loaded car carrier.
Red Coca Cola van driving down the freeway
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Fisheye-at-65MPH

Many times driving in the rush hour traffic of the San Francisco Bay Area can be boring or repetitive. Every once and a while you pass something out of the ordinary that's up close and personal that can be captured using a Canon 15mm Fisheye lens. All these photos in this gallery were made with a Canon digital camera and the afore mentioned 15mm Canon lens.

All the images were captured with Canon cameras using the RAW format. To create the photos seen in this gallery, all of the images were processed with Aurora HDR software to bring out more of the detail and pop the colors. Many of the images were captured using fill flash from a Canon flash. The advantage of using the Canon flash is that I was able to use the high speed flash feature, and photographed some of the pictures with flash sync up to 1/1600 of a second.

If you like how the HDR photos turned out, you can use the authorized Aurora HDR discount code KSIM4444 at time of checkout for the TEN DOLLARS Savings to create many spectacular images of your own.