5 Tips for Waterfall Photos

On Oahu the tropical Koolau Mountains offer many opportunities for photographing waterfalls. On our Oahu Sunset Photo Tour we stop at one of the smaller ones that’s close to the road – no hiking – to practice. TIP 1 HAVE A TRIPOD Whether you are shooting a DSLR, pocket camera or mobile phone you’ll need a tripod..sometimes…

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Breaking Bad the #1 Photography Rule

Go ahead and do it. Break one of the main rules in photography that says you should never shoot into the sun. Rules Rules….were designed to be broken. Right? Yes it is helpful to know some of the more common rules for composition to create a nice photograph. However sometimes in photography breaking the rules works…

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Oahu Photo Tours with iPhones

When you are in Oahu on a photo tour with only an iPhone don’t despair. The iPhone comes out of the box with a great camera capable of taking compelling photos to share with your friends and family. The fact that its with you every day also makes it convenient to use when you only have…

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Magic Light: Do you have to have it?

Many photographers get misty-eyed when talking about “magic light”… either that first light right after sunrise or the golden light right before sunset. Why the emotion? Well…the light is quite beautiful. Especially here in Oahu where you can get stunning sunrise and sunset shots. But what about the other hours of the day? A bright…

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