Learn I how I made this composite photograph (and how you can make one of your own) over on Lightstalking! http://www.lightstalking.com/tutorial-how-to-create-action-sequence-shots-using-composite-photography
Falling in love with an island all over again.(Click where it says, “View full resolution image”, the image to the left kinda has the life sucked out of it by the internet monsters)
Cliff diving at the End of The World, Hawaii. I took this one about 1/2 second before realizing that Max was going to be swept into a lava tube by overhead surf, or as locals like to call it, a drowning. Miraculously, he was able to grab a rock in time to pull himself to safety. Max was a three finger grasp on a slippery rock away from certain death. Max is a super hero. All I could do was make this photograph. A trembling-death-grip-just-saw-a-ghost-get-made kind of snapshot.
Green Sands/South Point, Hawaii The tranquility found in nature is so clarifying. That’s why I live here. Aloha my friends, e komo mai!
As we were racing to the summit to get our camp set up before nightfall, I happened to glance into the rear view mirror to this view. This is just a handheld snap I took while hanging out the window of a moving vehicle. In hindsight, there are some minor exposure changes I would have made—a tripod would have been lovely too—but time isn’t always on our side as photographers. I am so in love with this island.