Aerial Archives creates custom aerial photography of San Francisco, California and its library contains an extensive selection of aerial photographs of San Francisco, including historic San Francisco aerial photographs, aerial photography of the San Francisco skyline and over 500 additional categories of aerial photographs of San Francisco. If you can't find the photograph of San Francisco you need from this archive, let us create it for you.
For a thumbnail index of oblique aerial photography of San Francisco which can be viewed on line, please consult the San Francisco aerial photography index. |
The archive also contains an extensive collection of current and historic oblique aerial photographs of San Francisco, including bridges, commercial real estate, environmental subjects, wetlands, salt ponds, geographic features,
ports, harbors and marinas, industrial plants including each of the major refineries, manufacturing plants and fabrication facilities, and the skylines of each of the major urban centers in the San Francisco Bay Area and numerous additional categories. |
Included in the archive is comprehensive vertical aerial photography and extensive oblique aerial photography of San Francisco beginning at the turn of the century, with additional aerial coverage increasing as the decades pass. |
The aerial photography archive also contains aerial photographs of the San Francisco international airport, Alamo square, Alcatraz island, Angel island, Aquatic Park, the Bay Bridge with the San Francisco skyline, the Caltrans railroad station, Candlestick monster park, the Civic Center and construction in San Francisco.
Among the other subjects covered by the oblique aerial photography collection are
the Marina Green,
the Marriott hotel,
the Mission district,
the Moscone center,
the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,
the Port of San Francisco,
the Sony metreon,
the south of market SOMA district,
the Transamerica building,
the Transbay terminal,
San Francisco at night,
Van Ness avenue,
the waterfront and
vessels navigating along the San Francisco waterfront. The archive also includes a limited number of ground photographs, including photographs of the Loma Prieta earthquake,
and photographs from various perspectives on
San Francisco bay.
Image ID: AHLB2076
For custom aerial photography or to obtain aerial photography of San Francisco not shown on this site, please contact Aerial Archives.