This N That From Kauai

Besides the beautiful sweeping landscapes and seascapes, there are some little treasures in the nooks and crannies if you look.  Some of my favorites…

A little cove right by our condo in Princeville.  I used my lowest ISO and my smallest aperture to get 30 seconds to blur the water…

Nikon D4, AF-S 28-300mm 3.5-5.6 VR

 

A popular photo spot on the North Shore is to photograph the pier at Hanalei Bay.  I climbed under the pier to capture the waves coming in through the pilings. A small aperture enabled me to shoot at 1.4 of a second to capture the movement of the water…

Nikon D4, AF-S 28-300mm 3.5-5.6 VR

 

A forest at Hanalei Bay caught my attention and I pulled out my Canon G11 infrared converted camera to make this image.  I processed it in the digital darkroom adding some warmth from NIK Color Efex Pro 4 Brilliance and Warmth to get this look…

Canon G11 Infrared Converted

 

In between shoots we dodged the liquid sunshine…

Nikon D4, AF-S 28-300mm 3.5-5.6 VR

 

When photographing in the Hawaiian Islands, every photo seems to have a water theme whether it’s in the form of waves, rain or even the lush vegetation that flourishes in this climate.  It’s a photographer’s paradise.  Stay tuned.