Monthly Archives: August 2011

A Portrait of Lahaina

If you haven’t been following the work of my bud Jesse Pafundi, you should definitely start now. He’s been posting some great little sets that really tell the story of a day or location – awesome stuff. With that said, this post of mine was 100% inspired by what Jesse has been doing. Lahaina is […]

Ripples

If any of you have used the B+W 10-stop ND filter, you’ll know that it’s actually not quite neutral in colour – it tends to have a bit of a warm cast. Most times I try to eliminate this cast in post-processing, but for some images – like the one below – it just works. […]

Relaxation

Welcome to the new look of heathofee.com. I’ve been thinking about making the site a little simpler and cleaner for a while now, and I finally took the initiative to get it done over the last couple of days. There may be a few more minor tweaks in the coming weeks, but I’m pretty happy […]

Garage Door

These weeks just keep blowing by – I can’t believe we’re back at #FilmFriday again. Since last week, I’ve been doing a bit of experimentation with my new (to me) Canon Elan 7…mostly with my 50 1.4 lens. The results have been hit and miss so far, but it just means I need to do […]

Life

The rainforest is pretty amazing. So much diversity of life in such close quarters. Although this photo was taken just steps from the road to Hana, I felt completely immersed in forest when taking this shot. Life is all around us – enjoy it and capture it. Equipment: – Canon EOS 5D Mark II – […]