“Maui Bliss” – that couldn’t be more true. We’re happy to report that Hawaii Magazine is featuring one of Chris’s photos on their February 2012 Cover. You might remember back in May of last year when we were shooting this very photo in Hawaii – after a day like that I know I won’t forget. Keep Reading for a few more shots from that adventure.
More than two weeks into our journey and still going strong, days fifteen and sixteen somehow blended together on this blog. I’ve got to admit, when you are working in a place like this, long hours and day after day of shooting, everything blends together in a way and it becomes easy to lose track of the time, the days of the week, or even what month it is. It’s a strange feeling but it’s also liberating – you wake up in the morning and can focus on one thing: making awesome photos.
It’s been two weeks. Almost five thousand miles and five time zones away from home base back in Philadelphia. When you hit the two week mark in a place like this, despite the technology, despite our iPhones and laptops, you can’t help but feel a certain sense of disconnect. Feeling that sense of separation from the everyday maybe makes it easier to appreciate the beautiful scenery and make a great photos.Â Either way, every morning the sunrise still manages to impress and inspire.
Today marked our thirteenth day in Hawaii, and another awesome day of making photos for our project with Travaasa Hana. Since there was no talent involved with our photographs, the pace of the day was definitely less hectic, giving everyone a chance to catch their breath a bit and recover from the last five days. There was even a chance for a quick game of pickup football before the last shot of the day.
Four days of talent finished, Eleven days in Hawaii – today was interesting no matter how you define it. Whether it was the willingness of the photo crew to accept the dangers of underwater surf photography off the coast of Maui, or the constant cloudiness and rain showers we had to compete with, there was never a dull moment.