Image selection & timelapse from the Maui Photo Festival

September 7, 2010

Video Podcast

This is a short video featuring some of the best images I made while at Maui Photo Festival. We were so busy I did not get a chance to make too many images. One of the highlights of the Maui Photo Festival was making it to the Haleakala volcano crater for a sunrise, and what an spectacular sight that was. I decided to capture the sunrise doing some time lapse movies instead of stills and I am glad I did. I am very pleased with the results.

If you want to see the video in 720p HD check it out here: http://vimeo.com/14703212

I really hope you enjoy the short video and hope you are able to make it to the next Maui Photo Fest in 2011.

Aloha!

-J


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Juan is a wildlife photographer who currently lives in Maine. Juan lives and breathes photography and travels around the country making images, teaching and leading photo workshops. Juan's favorite destination is Yellowstone in winter. You can follow Juan on twitter at http://twitter.com/jpons

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3 Responses to “Image selection & timelapse from the Maui Photo Festival”

  1. Tim Chandonnet Says:

    Juan, love the time lapse from Haleakala. Especially the way the sun comes in to highlight the hillside. Any quick tips on putting these images sequences together. I have a series of images captured on the Taku River in AK and am not sure how to approach it. Looks as though your frame rate for final output was not to fast, 15fps or so? Thanks for the great podcast, amazing images and inspiration.

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  2. erno james Says:

    Great photos Juan. I was visiting family on Maui the same 5 days of the photo festival and logistically couldn’t make it. Looks like it was a success. Next time, I’ll try to make it. Although, visting 30 of my cousins, eating local foods, and hitting at least 2 beaches everyday wasn’t the worst thing in the world. Aloha brah!

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