I’ve already posted some panoramic and ProHDR iPhone photos from my recent trip to Hawaii, and now here are some proper travel photos taken with my Canon 5D MKII. While I wasn’t on a hardcore photo mission, it wasn’t very difficult to capture some remarkable images during the week I was in Oahu. Also, a handful of these were taken during my first helicopter ride…an adventure I highly recommend to any traveler. It was an incredible experience!
I am a big fan I am of the ProHDR app for iPhone. And if you didn’t already know…now you do. I love this app! The gallery below of ProHDR photos I took in Oahu, Hawaii recently has nine perfect examples of why I love it so much!
If you like these photos, check out my iPhone panoramic photos from Hawaii that I posted last week, then come back often because I also have a few galleries of photos taken with my Canon 5D MKII going up soon.
All photos taken with the ProHDR app on an Apple iPhone 5. The only editing that has been done is the use of iPhone’s “Auto-Enhance” feature, and the use of Photoshop to resize them for the Web.
High Snobriety, a lifestyle-based fashion/art/music site recently did an interview with me through Braun’s Built To Perform series.
The interview is super candid and really straight forward… I talk about what got me into BMX, my beginnings in the industry, and I even divulge some advice for aspiring photographers. And of course, I talk about my bike, which for the sake of this feature is my “Built to Perform Prized Possession.”
Check it out!
Hawaii is a beautiful place…everywhere you look you see something truly amazing. From the beaches, to the mountains, to the city, everything is simply incredible. On my recent trip to the island of Oahu I snapped hundreds of photos with my iPhone 5 so I put together a handful of my favorite panoramic shots for this gallery…
If you like these photos, check back soon because I have a gallery of iPhone 5 ProHDR images going up and few galleries of photos taken with my Canon 5D MKII as well.
All photos taken with the panoramic app built into the iPhone 5 camera. The only editing that has been done is the use of iPhone’s “Auto-Enhance” feature, and the use of Photoshop to resize them for the Web.