I have to say, folks on board were NOT ready for this type of weather, but when it cleared up we were in sunset, rainbow paradise.
I have so many frames of this section of Na Pali from the Pacific, so thought I’d go with some of my favorite workflow using VSCO filters.
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One of the most surreal moments that I’ve had in my photography journey. The howls of the coyotes in the distance was amazing.
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Not a whole lot to say here. Up early to go fly, and I woke up missing my friends. Taken on an adventure with the world’s best buddies and volcano photographers Bruce Omori and Tom Kuali’i of Extreme Exposure Photography in Hawaii. A morning Ryan and I will NEVER forget.
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McWay Falls, Big Sur, California
While waiting for the Milky Way to rise a couple weeks ago I decided to play with some star trails–not usually my cup of tea but thought it was the perfect opportunity to let the D800E I was borrowing do its thing while I was sprawled out on the ground, listening to the crashing waves and watching for shooting stars.
Every now and then I like these shorter star trails, and once the Milky Way rose the 45 minutes dedicated to this shot was enough. I feel night photography is often even more open-ended than general landscape work, and sometimes I embrace the hell out of light pollution. A large boat was making its way north and added the warm glow, the Milky Way rose in the middle of the trails on the left and because of personal taste I use really cold white balances when shooting the night sky–it just happens to fit into my work flow. And I think it added to this wanna-be-Alex-Grey-esque psychedelic scene.
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I was zoomed in at 70mm on this, thus the really high ISO to keep my shutter speed as fast as possible.
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