Here are some images from a recent 4 day family trip to San Francisco. Everything was from either an EM5 + 12-40/2.8 or EM1 + 40-150/2.8 (I used two bodies so I wouldn't have to change lenses). Since this was first and foremost a family trip, we hit the popular tourist locations, so don't expect a lot of originality in these images . Everything but the panorama stitches were handheld. 1. Palace of Fine Arts: This was taken ~30 minutes before sunrise; stitch of 5 vertical images. 2. Muir Woods National Monument: We arrived early in the morning, so it was pleasantly uncrowded. It was also pretty misty so I needed to use ISO 800 ~ 1600. 3. Muir Woods National Monument: Those redwoods are really big. 4. Muir Woods National Monument: Although the redwoods are the main attraction, there are a lot of interesting small things on the forest floor. 5. Alcatraz Island: From a bay cruise we took in the morning 6. California Street: I had to cross this street a few times, pausing very briefly in the middle, to get this shot. I wish the cable car was closer, but by the next green light, it had already passed my intersection. 7. Baker Beach: We got there about 45 minutes before sunset. I originally planned to stay for the sunset, but the beach was very crowded, so we just enjoyed the sand and water. Closer to the bridge, the north section is a nude section; fortunately my family stayed near the south section. 8. View from Ina Coolbrith park. Another pre-dawn shot, Coit tower, the Bay Bridge, and the Transamerica Pyramid are visible from this small park. This is a 10 (2x5) image stich. Thanks for looking and C&C are welcomed.