Here is a photo I captured about a month ago at sunset. I was actually in the water when I took this photo. I love the golden reflections from the sun setting in the wave. This would make a great print for any home or office. To preview more of my work visit http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com
It’s been a while since I’ve updated my blog so I thought I would get back on track. Here is an image taken about a week ago with a Canon 5D MK III and 70-200 F2.8 IS II lens inside my SPL waterhousing. It was taken at sunset here in Emerald Isle, NC. I love the DOF in this photo and the colors the low aperture settings bring out. To preview more of my work visit my website http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com
Here is a flash photo I grabbed the other night in my backyard. This was actually taken about 15 minutes after the sun went down. I love how you can still pick up some of the best hues from the sky at that time. It really does make for a really unique photo. You can purchase this print from my website here: http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com
Here is a photo I took last night. If you’ve never experienced a sunset from the ocean I really suggest you do so. This time of year there is nobody around and there is no better feeling than being in the right place at the right time with your camera. Every time I open my water housing it’s like Christmas because you never know what you get. If you’re interested in purchasing this print or any others please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
This year I decided to create a calendar with some of my favorite photographs. It includes the Shackleford Ponies, Bogue Inlet Pier, baby seat turtles & wave art. It really is one of my favorite projects so far. It also includes photos that I haven’t printed yet. The calendars are only $20 and for each calendar I sell, I’m going to donate $1 to The American Cancer society in honor of my Aunt Susan Hunt Bailey. You can purchase the calendars by clicking on the link below. Thanks for your support!
Yesterday I kept a eye on the weather & it had a cloudy vibe to it all day. Right around 5:00PM the sun started to get below a level of clouds that stuck around all day. That’s usually when we have our best sunsets. A lot of sun mixed in with some low level clouds. I ran down to the beach & right when I got there mother nature put on a show. Nothing like being in the right place & right time with your camera. Here is one of my favorite photos from yesterday a single peak with a vibrant sunset. This was taken with a SPL Waterhousing, 580 EXII Flash, 50mm lens & Canon 7D.