Weird Angle by Fitzgerald, F-Stop. San Francisco: Post-Contemporary Productions, 1982. First printing. Paperback Laden with black and white photos of Fitzgerald’s take on the underground punk scene, mostly San Francisco. In contrast with the 1970s high-living realm of rockstar life, Fitzgerald used insane-asylums and industrial wastelands as settings for his photoshoots. Those settings and his habit of shooting at odd angles created a disturbing visual language somewhere between Brassai and Weegee.