Workshop with Ed Santos

I had the pleasure of having Ed Santos on a six hour workshop yesterday.  We visited a beautiful beach along the North Shore, Hookipa, and the Bamboo Forest. I posted an image of Ed making a photograph along the rocky shore on Facebook and here I am posting an image I created. I just love…

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Big Beach in Makena Maui

  This is one of the finest beaches in Maui.  It is very big, that is why it is referred to as Big Beach. Its proper name is Oneloa Beach.  This is a great destination for afternoon and sunset workshops.  The views toward the ocean are fantastic. Besides the beach there is a lava point,…

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Mystic Waterfall

This portrait is titled Mystic Waterfall and it is located on the road to Hana.  It is 30 x 60 and printed on aluminum.  It will be on display at the Waterfront Restaurant when it re-opens in mid May.   I was a waiter there in 1990 and it is an honor to come back as…

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Hawaiian Monk Seal

One of the great things about doing a workshop at the beach in Maui, is the local residents that come by to bask in the sun.  Take this Hawaiian Monk Seal for example, its enjoying some quality “Maui Time”.   These  animals are very rare and on the endangered species list.  Just to see one…

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Celestial Sunset at the Waterfront

  This images was created in Makena Maui, and will be on display at the new location for Maui’s Waterfront Restaurant in Maalaea Harbor, Maui.  The restaurant moved into a much larger space, and I am doing all of the decor. There will about 40 pieces of photographic art printed on Aluminum, Canvas, and Fine…

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North Shore Sunrise

Most of the people getting up before dawn on Maui are either going to work,  fishing or scuba diving. There are a few though that get up early in order to get to a beautiful location so when the sun comes up they cm make landscape and island scenic photographs like this.  When the light…

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Take the Plunge.

Many photographers dive into underwater photography with a lot of enthusiasm but end up discouraged because the images made did not meet expectations. The bottom line is that many elements have to come together in order to create good images underwater. Understanding what works and more importantly what does not, takes time. The good news…

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Maui Photo Tour with Izabelle

  Izabella, a marketing professional and less-experienced photographer on her 1st trip to Maui, met me in Kahului.  We started our early morning shoot at “Baby Beach” in Sprecklesville.  It was wet and the rocks were very slippery, so we were very careful as we got her set up for slow shutter speed exposures to…

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