From four lens-crazed local dudes who all met on the Internets and surprisingly didn't turn out to be Nigerian princes, AC's a recently launched SF-focused photoblog that posts a half-dozen eye-sexing shots each week that use an arsenal of picture-taking weaponry to capture the city's "pockets of good energy", though it's not all photos of dudes in the Tenderloin with bottles of Jolt stuffed in their pants. A quick snapshot of what they're shooting:
Hipsters!: Because how could they not, there're a slew of plastic neon wayfarer-wearers, plus other non-deep-V-neck'd portrait subjects like a back-flipping dude in Union Square, a Justin Herman Plaza pillow-fighter, and a Tenderloin-er nicknamed The Rifleman, who, despite the moniker, is supposedly a pretty good (Chuck) person.
Hard-To-Reach Places!: The blog's also rife with incredible shots taken in seemingly impossible locales, from freeway on-ramps, to Golden Gate Bridge aerials, to a Sutro Tower-facing pic shot so high it looks like the photographer was sitting atop a bed of clouds, presumably next to Love-a-Lot, Tenderheart, and Funshine Bear.
Sauced-up Really Enthusiastic People!: Also on the reel: revelers at SF events, whether at Carnaval in the Mission or Bay to Breakers, there're some sick shots of sweaty people who've had a few... sick shots.
Found Awesomeness!: From a Wall-E toy peeking up at a gravestone, to a dirty plush rabbit sitting in a puddle of water in an abandoned warehouse somewhere in the East Bay, there's also ample striking imagery of left-behind gems, which's how those Nigerian princes amassed that fortune they're totally into splitting with you, if you'd just give them your Social Security number, and mother's maiden name.