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
I have the opportunity to photograph this wonderful family at Land’s End in Emerald Isle, NC. We had a great time and even managed to squeeze in a few senior portraits of their son in the session. If you would like to book an Emerald Isle Beach Portrait session please contact me today 919-690-6968 or shoot me an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Finally we had some nice waves with some decent weather. It’s very rare that we have pumping surf with nice weather. This day was one for the books. My buddy Davo & I got to split this speak for a few hours without anyone around. A beautiful fall day to remember in North Carolina
Taylor, my neighbor gets to see me walking up & down the road with my big water housing very early in the morning & late in the evenings. He gets to witness all the hard work that goes into getting shots like this. Everyone thinks you just put the camera in the housing & go swim to get the photos. I wish it was that easy. Taylor purchased these two canvas prints from me last week. Thanks for the support Taylor!
I’m so blessed to have the opportunity to get creative in my backyard. There’s nothing like swimming in the ocean with your camera & trying to line the waves up with the sunset. The really cool part is getting home & taking your camera out of the housing & previewing your images. It’s like Christams morning all over again. Here is a photo I got yesterday evening. To preview more of my work visit http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com.
One of my favorite things to do is shooting empty waves at sunrise. The morning light really helps you to get creative. Here are a few grabs from this morning. You can view more of my work here http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com