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June 23rd, 2011

New Workshops – Hawaii and Colorado

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Telluride Colorado Autumn by Jay Goodrich
I am happy to announce two new workshops that I am teaching later this year. Telluride, Colorado, is a town who’s roots date back to the mining era of the 1800’s, it sits at an elevation of 8,750 feet. Mining remained the town’s only industry until 1972, when an entrepreneur by the name of Joseph … 
January 7th, 2011

Papohaku Beach Sunrise 1

Posted By Jon Cornforth
Papohaku Beach Sunrise 1, Molokai, Hawaii
I spent a week sea-kayaking Molokai‘s remote north shore 7 years ago and had always wanted to return. I finally had the opportunity when I took my family to Maui for our recent family vacation. Molokai’s tranquil charm is the total opposite of the tourist chaos of Waikiki or Lahaina. There really isn’t much to … 
January 5th, 2011

Oheo Gulch Sunset 1

Posted By Jon Cornforth
Oheo Gulch Sunset 1, Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii
Most Hana visitors spend a long day driving from one side of Maui to the other along the zig-zagging Hana Highway. However, I recommend that people spend at least 1 night in Hana. The drive is too long and the traffic can be infuriating. (Pull over please, especially if you’re blocking a local!) In general, … 
January 4th, 2011

Hamoa Beach Sunrise 1

Posted By Jon Cornforth
Hamoa Beach Sunrise 1, Hana Coast, Maui, Hawaii
During my recent trip to Hana, I spent several sunrises photographing Hamoa Beach. Before heading out each morning, I looked out from our rental house toward the lightening eastern horizon and anticipated the sunrise by scrutinizing the dark sky for photogenic clouds. The only sounds were the proverbial early-birds chirping and the ocean breeze rustling … 
January 3rd, 2011

Images from the 2010 Pipeline Masters Competition

Posted By Michael Clark
Just thought I’d post an update from the south Pacific. I am back on the north shore shooting surfing yet again – yes, I know it is a rough life. As luck would have it I showed up just in time to shoot the 2010 Billabong Pipeline Masters surfing competition the last few days along … 
January 3rd, 2011

Koki Beach Sunrise 1

Posted By Jon Cornforth
Koki Beach Sunrise 1, Hana Coast, Maui, Hawaii
Happy New Year! It’s been almost 4 weeks since my last blog post. Why should I feel so guilty? I needed a break from my online-self and took time off to visit Hawaii with my family. We spent the first week of our trip in the incredibly laid-back town of Hana on the east coast … 
October 25th, 2010


Posted By Michael Clark
January 13-16, 2011 Workshop Leaders: Brian Bielmann and Michael Clark Location: Turtle Bay Hilton Resort, Oahu North Shore, Hawaii About The Workshop Join legendary surfing photographer Brian Bielman and adventure sports photographer Michael Clark for an exciting one-of-a-kind workshop that delves into the world of surfing photography. Brian is a top surfing photographer who has been shooting … 
July 14th, 2010

Gesellschaft Deutscher Tierfotografen 2010 Interview

Posted By Jon Cornforth
Gesellschaft Deutscher Tierfotografen 2010 Interview
I was recently interviewed by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Tierfotografen (Society of German Nature Photographers).  Previously interviewed photographers include Andy Rouse, George and Verena Popp, Norbert Rosing, and Kevin Schafer.  My interview is currently featured in their triannual magazine Forum Naturfotografie.  It spans 14 pages and showcases 12 of my favorite photographs.  The double page opener …