How you see things affects your perspective

I have driven by this waterfall more times than I can count.  It is located on the road to Hana and has been photographed by more people than I could ever count.    In most cases the tourist bus pulls over, lets everyone out to get a snap shot, then piles everyone back on the bus.

Three Bears Maui

The portrait above is how most people see the waterfall.  I see it a little bit differently and was able to  capture it this week using a 10-17 fish eye lens.

Both images were created using the same lens. The difference was my perspective.  Isn’t photography fun?

If interested in learning about photography while going on an island tour check out Maui Photo Tours.

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About Doug Hoffman

Portrait and underwater fine art photographer.
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2 Responses to How you see things affects your perspective

  1. Roger Roth says:

    Very nice my friend!

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