Maui Photo Tour visits Hui Aloha Church in Kaupo

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This church is an iconic landmark in Maui.  Located in Kaupo, this church is seldom visited nevertheless is rich in history.  I used a fish eye lens to get the widest view possible and to give the image a bit of character.  Besides the color, its the diagonal line of the stone fence that appeals to me.  It draws my eye into the scene to the tree and then to the church.   The palm trees on the right are where my eye goes to leave the image.

Diagonal lines are are effective in guiding the viewers eye through an image. During our workshops this is one of the techniques we practice.

 

Happy imaging everyone!

 

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About Doug Hoffman

Portrait and underwater fine art photographer.
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One Response to Maui Photo Tour visits Hui Aloha Church in Kaupo

  1. Kevin says:

    Great image. I never get tired of a good fisheye lens. Thanks for posting a little bit of Maui.

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