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This photograph was taken from the Right Field Pavilion seats at Candlestick Park in the late 1980’s. It provided a good view of the outfield and the press box side of the stadium. These seats are somewhat similar to the Arcade Seats at AT&T Park in the SF waterfront. It gave a different perspective of the stadium, and you felt like you were part of right field.

I used a high speed Kodak T-Max 35mm black and white film for the pictures. Back in the days when I shot film, I had to ration out my picture taking as there were only 36 exposures to a roll of film.

For younger people who never photographed with film – Here’s a link to learn something about this film.

Info on Kodak Professional T-MAX Films