New photo store launched by SF Chronicle

New photo store launched by SF Chronicle – San Francisco Chronicle photographers have been documenting Bay Area’s most important moments, landmarks, and fascinating characters for more than 100 years. You can now get high-quality prints of their finest work.

The Chronicle is pleased to announce the launch of a new online photo shop, featuring 200 photos in vintage black-and white and modern color.

The store draws from The Chronicle’s huge digital and physical photo archives at 901 Mission St. that contain millions of original photos taken by award-winning photographers.

“Chronicle photographers have taken incredible photos of the Bay Area over decades. “I’m continually in awe at the work in our archives and that our visuals teams produce every day,” stated Sarah Feldberg, Editor for Emerging Product and Audio. “I am so happy that readers now have the option to buy prints of their favorite photos to hang in your home. I’m going to purchase a few for myself.”

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The store allows readers to custom order photos they see in the newspaper.

Subscribers get 15% off all prints as part of Black Friday Sale To redeem, visit the membership center.

New photo store launched by SF Chronicle

“Bay Area Landmarks”, captures iconic structures, landscapes, and more. These include the recently opened Golden Gate Bridge in 1937 and an aerial view of 2020’s Transamerica Pyramid.

“S.F. “S.F. Icons” features a collection of highlights from Bay Area celebrities and historic visits. This includes Elvis Presley’s 1956 concert in Oakland Auditorium and the time when then-S.F. In 1981, Mayor Dianne Feinstein and Mick Jagger shared a cable car as part of an epic campaign for the rescue of the aging transit system.

You’ll find photos of the original S.F. Giants’ lineup and the riotous celebrations following the 1982 Super Bowl XVI win by the 49ers.

“Total S.F.” finally is an all-star collection of everything San Francisco. It includes Joe Montana giving Jerry Rice a high-five on the field in ’80s, Emeryville mudflat art ’70s, and Jerry Rice sharing a high-five in ’80s.

Keep checking back for new galleries and photos being added regularly. Visit The San Francisco Chronicle Photo Store:


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