Tag Archives: Blue

Coastline

Prior to going to Maui, my wife bought me a helicopter tour of the island for my birthday. Probably one of the coolest gifts I’ve ever been given. I’ll tell you one thing: it’s much harder to shoot out of a cramped helicopter than you would think. Not only were quarters close, but the curved […]

Ocean Gash

I absolutely love having the ocean as a subject for long exposures. No matter how wild and aggressive the seas are, a 30 second or minute long exposure will calm the scene right down and leave the viewer with a whole different world to look at. On the day I shot this, the wind was […]

Honalua Bay

“On my fifth day in Maui, my true love gave to meeeee….Hona-a-lu-ua Bay” Okay, well she didn’t really GIVE it to me, but I did manage to get a day to myself to drive/shoot the entire west and north coasts of the island. I left from Kihei and made my way all the way around […]

Tea for Two

In addition to the 15mm fisheye I rented for the trip, I also opted to try out the Canon 24mm tilt shift. I’m hoping to use the shift functionality to build some panoramas of what I can only imagine are the amazing views to be had in Hawaii. As with the fisheye, I had to […]

Palliser Detail

I’ve shared photos of this building from a number of different angles, but I’ve never really showcased it as an abstract. The lines created by the window framing always catch my eye, and the colour of the glass is fantastic.