San Francisco's Chinatown is the oldest one and one of the largest in North America and covers 24 city blocks. It is a colorful neighborhood with a rich history and one of the densest inhabited areas as an enclave that continues to retain its own customs, languages, places of worship, social clubs, and identity.
Additionally, below are a selection of photos I made while exploring the colorful neighborhoods of San Francisco. From colorful Mission District to the Painted Ladies, Golden Gate bridge and walking through town I found those neighborhoods and urban settings that I knew from movies and tv-series, It was a pleasure to wander around with a brand new ultra wide angle lens and try to amplify the city's architecture with my twisty technique and the exaggerated perspective offered by the lens.
Artworks presented here are limited edition reproductions of original handheld double exposure photographs. No image manipulation software was used in the composition of any of these images.