Snapshots & Memories from the Haiku Stairs – Nikon V1

Posted on Jan 6, 2014 in GOPR0, Nikon V1
Snapshots & Memories from the Haiku Stairs – Nikon V1

A very good friend of mine has been asking me to hike “stairway to heaven” for the longest time. For whatever reason, on the coldest night I’ve ever experienced on Oahu, we decided to go for it. We bought head lamps from Wal Mart, packed our bags and were off. If you’re looking for directions……there […]

GoPro Photography

Posted on Jan 4, 2014 in GOPR0
GoPro Photography

If you haven’t already done so, read my first post on just how much I love my gopro. It’s seriously a game changer…….but we already knew that. I’ve been using it more and more lately because it literally goes with me everywhere now. I’m more of a stills person and contrary to what people say […]

A trip to Molokai and a Pocket Full of Film

Posted on Jan 2, 2014 in Believe in Film, Fujifilm
A trip to Molokai and a Pocket Full of Film

My trip to Molokai was interesting to say the least. I was culture shocked by the seclusion of it and how little there was to do. For those of you who don’t know, Molokai is one of the 8 Hawaiian islands just east of the main island of Oahu (which is where i’m from). Only […]

The Hunsaker’s – Mama’s Boy & Daddy’s Girl

Posted on Oct 30, 2013 in Family Portraits
The Hunsaker’s – Mama’s Boy & Daddy’s Girl

I had the pleasure of photographing the most adorable family on the planet. Seriously. They were more concerned about running around and playing than taking pictures and I LOVE that! Because of that, I was able to capture some truly genuine images that I’m very excited to share. Nothing but laughter and smiles from this […]

Radio Triggers for Fujifilm X100s – Portrait Session

Posted on Sep 23, 2013 in Fujifilm, Product Reviews
Radio Triggers for Fujifilm X100s – Portrait Session

This was my second time using the triggers for my fujifilm camera. I use the Flash Wave iii radio triggers and they work like a charm. Set up time takes a second, they’re responsive, easy to use, and durable. The leaf shutter on the fujifilm makes this combination an absolute joy to use. I used […]

The Camalapse – Spinning Time Lapse with GoPRO

Posted on Aug 12, 2013 in GOPR0, Product Reviews
The Camalapse – Spinning Time Lapse with GoPRO

There’s not much to say about the camalapse. It’s made out of a cheap plastic and feels very flimsy, but it does get the job done. There are markings around the bottom to set either a 15, 30, or 45 minute spinning timelapse. Of course you can stop it in between the markings as well. […]

Landscapes – Fujifilm X100s – Lee Seven5

Posted on Jul 27, 2013 in Fujifilm, Product Reviews
Landscapes – Fujifilm X100s – Lee Seven5

This is not a detailed and very informational write up. I just wanted to share the results I’ve been getting so far with the Fujifilm X100s. The Lee Seven5 filter system is brilliant! It took a while for the system to be in stock but when it was available, I purchased it right away from […]

Making the Most Out of Nothing – Fujifilm X100s Speedlite shooting

Posted on Jul 18, 2013 in Fujifilm
Making the Most Out of Nothing – Fujifilm X100s Speedlite shooting

Thank you to my good friend, Jordan, for letting me use him as my model/guinea pig. We had some good laughs on this one! This wasn’t the best location but it was a last minute thing and we needed that sunset. This was a great learning experience for me as a photographer especially since I’m […]

So Far SO GREAT! 10 Fujifilm X100s Photos

Posted on Jun 8, 2013 in Fujifilm

I’ve had the Fujifilm for about 2 months now and i’ve completely fallen in love. Such a brilliant little camera! I’ve taken the camera hiking, I traveled to Japan with it, and I’ve even taken it to the beach. So here are 10 of my favorite photographs from the Fujifilm X100s so far.

FUJIFILM X100s – The Perfect Travel Camera – 2 Weeks in Japan

Posted on Jun 6, 2013 in Fujifilm
FUJIFILM X100s – The Perfect Travel Camera – 2 Weeks in Japan

I haven’t been back to Japan in over 7 years so when I was given the opportunity to go again, I didn’t hesitate. It was time to put my X100s to the test and see what it could do in the busy streets of Tokyo. I’m not much of a street photographer, mostly because I’m […]