Today marked the first in two days of location scouting for our shoot at Travaasa Hana. Prior to any project that is as extensive as what we’re about to begin, it is really important that all of the details and specifics are worked out – the beauty of tech scouting is that we can bring along the whole crew, shoot a few photos to jog our memories, and plan out the shots in detail to make everything flow way smoother when we’re actually shooting.
It’s not every day that you see a warning sign quite like this, but when you do. You heed the warning. Unless you’re making photos, then it’s all fair game.
Although this was shot back in December 2010, I think it accurately describes how hold and snowy it is out right now.
Personal projects are, and will always remain, an important aspect of my photography. Since the summer of 2010 I’ve been photographing landscapes. Landscape photography allows me to capture and apply my unique vision to the world around me.
In this new body of work, the images will take you from New York City to the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park. Enjoy!