I’m really into street portraits at the moment. Its a little scary going up to random interesting looking people on the street and asking if you can take their photo. But whats the worst that could happen? They just say “no”. Heres a pair of street portraits from today in Honolulu taken with a Canon 5d mk iv.
Cheap oceanfront property on Oahu with views of Diamond Head. Available now.
A good friend of mine started the Doner Shack, a restaurant serving Berlin-style Turkish doner kebab located in Honolulu on Fort Street downtown. I made a quickie video showing some behind the scenes stuff. My camera was struggling to focus a few times, oh well its an excuse to go back, reshoot, have have another mix plate!
Give the doner shack a visit asap. I’ve never met someone who doesn’t like their food.
Learning about jumps and whip cuts in Adobe premiere cc with my Canon 5d. Made a quickie video of my experimenting. Ignore the fact that my kids are filthy and need hair cuts, thanks haha.
Some laid back video of a tiny day at Kewalo Beach Park on Oahu’s south shore. Too bad the waves were so small but the beautiful day more than made up for it.
I’m slowly getting better at controlling my Mavic 2 pro and I’ll be much better come summertime swells.
More video from the mavic 2 pro drone at Keawaula Beach and Yokohama Bay on Oahu’s west side. I’m still getting comfortable keeping the drone stable and not making jerky or drastic direction changes while filming. Its a lot harder than it would seem.
A few photos that are a little more abstract from around Honolulu. Since I purchased my camera, I’ve become so much more aware of colors and patterns in everyday life. Its fun trying to capture it all. I’m sure I look like a weirdo taking photos of dimly lit old staircases, odd fluorescent lighting from the 1970s or the bricks of a sidewalk, but oh well.
Took the drone up super high at Ala Moana Beach Park last week and got some wide shots of the buildings downtown and the view looking toward Diamond Head.
I’m loving my mavic 2 pro. Every flight I get more comfortable with flying, landing and using all the remote control features. Highly recommended.
I’ve been hoping to come across one of these old staircases for awhile and I found one at the Stangenwald Building on Merchant Street downtown. Anyone know of more like this on Oahu?
A few photos from today wandering around downtown Honolulu. I almost didn’t see the lady in the second photo. As always, photos are taken with a Canon 5d.