Hawaii - Island of Moloka'i Volume 2
door Britt and Lorraine Cummins
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This book is the first in a two-part series on the spectacular island of Molokai and continues a love affair with the Hawaiian Islands that began more than 35 years ago. This 2 book set provides the most comprehensive coverage of travel photography opportunities on the island available today.
Molakai is a dream come true for landscape and seascape photographers. While Moloka'i is one of the smaller islands in the Hawaiian chain, it is packed with amazing scenery that includes dramatic seascapes, lush rainforests and valleys, waterfalls, mountains, volcanoes, sand dunes, and the highest sea cliffs in the world. “Moloka'i is often called the “Most Hawaiian Island” for several reasons. One is that more people there are of Hawaiian blood than anywhere else. Another reason is that Moloka'i is decidedly undeveloped. There are no tall buildings, no fancy resorts, and only about 8000 residents on the entire island. Many people still follow the old ways of life, including surviving on the fish they catch in the ocean and the wild pigs and deer they hunt on the range.
The book is intended to be useful to multiple audiences - tourists wanting to make the most of the time available to them when visiting the island, photographers and artists wanting to identify the best locations to create great images, those wanting to continuously improve their photography, and travelers wanting a high-quality keepsake remembrance of Molakai.
The photographs in this two-volume set are of the highest quality and printed on high end photo paper. Each photo is accompanied by detailed information about camera settings. Information and tips about composition and technique are often provided as well.
Britt and Lorraine Cummins share a love for travel, nature, wildlife, and natural landscapes of the great outdoors. Their interest in photography developed initially during high school and college and has continued to grow throughout married life. An ongoing fascination with the watercolors of nature and their interaction with landscapes, seascapes, cultures, and people drive much of their photography. Their extensive photographic portfolio includes landscape, seascape, architectural, cultural, nature, urban, abstract, macro, and people photography. The art of the photograph and digital art are also strong areas of interest. Together they have authored more than 40 photography books. The authors specialize in creating theme oriented travel photography books series that provide comprehensive, in-depth coverage of topics and locations such as Red Rock County & Southwest U.S., Hawaiian islands, Caribbean islands, French Polynesia, Art of the Photograph, and Abstract Photography.