Shooting Lava Flow in Hawaii with Don Hurzeler

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My E-Book: Adventure Workshop in Iceland: Website: My Volcano Guide Landscape photography in Hawaii at the kilauea volcano lava flow. In this video I go on a long hike with a guide in search of surface lava to photograph, but do we find anything? Image 1 - 'Skylight' | 22mm | f8 | 62 sec | ISO 250 | NDH 0.6 | 2 Images Focus Stacked ____________________________________________________________ FAQ: Facebook: Flickr: Twitter: Instagram: ____________________________________________________________ Below is most of my kit used on this trip. These links will take you to Amazon where you can read more. Please be aware that if you choose to purchase any of this kit I may get a commission of 3% from Amazon :) **Not my reason for doing the video, but feel obliged to let you all know** Peace. Canon G5X - Lacie Rugged Hard Drive - LowePro Bag - Manfrotto Bag - Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 Tripod (New Version here) - Arca Swiss Manfrotto Ball Head - My “L” Bracket - Lee Field Pouch - Lee Foundation Holder - Lee Polariser - Polariser Adaper Ring - Lee MEDIUM Grads - Lee Lens Caps - Plug Bug - G5X/G7X USB Charger - 5D USB Charger - GoPro Hero 4 Silver - GoPro 3 Way Mount - Gorillapod - Audio Recorder - Rycote Wind Jammer - Mic - I also needed an adapter for the Lav Mic - Leatherman Skeletool -

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Hawaii Volcano: Scientists ALARMED as Drone Reveals Mysterious CRACKS in Kilauea

A DRONE sent to investigate Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano has left scientists baffled after the aerial footage showed concerning changes within the main crater at the volcano's summit. A drone mission has alarmed scientists monitoring the erupting Hawaii volcano, which has become one of the world’s most dangerous and volatile sites. Kilauea has shocked the world with streams of lava swallowing houses and giant fissures opening up across Hawaii. The latest aerial drone footage of the volcano has revealed dramatic changes within the volcano spotted at one of Kilauea's main craters Read more: Courtesy - USGS (Video/Thumbnail Picture just For Ilustration)

Dawn of Fire - Mesmerizing Hawaii Lava Timelapse 4K

Sunrise on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano reveals new growth struggling to survive in an otherworldly landscape. Twenty years ago this rainforest was destroyed - but the rains continue. In a thousand years the forest will return after destruction sows space for new life. See the companion night timelapse film 'River of Fire': For licensing of this edited film email: License clips from Story & Heart: How do I shoot timelapse? Take my course with Story & Heart: This film captures daylight power of a glowing river of molten rock as lava flows toward the sea from the Puʻu ʻŌʻō vent of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano over the buried Royal Gardens Subdivision. This flow has now reached the sea. Want to learn more? Check out this post via Story & Heart: Producer/photography: Tyler Hulett Associate producers: Lance Page & Wesley Young Canon EOS 6D Sony a7S II Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 Canon 50mm f/1.8 Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 © 2017 Discover Oregon

Don Hurzeler of Lava Light Galleries is a photographer living on big island in Hawaii. He's on the side of the island opposite of the lava flows, and has had a few opportunities to witness it first hand. He's seen it from the ground, air and sea.

In this interview we discuss the dangers of approaching flowing lava as well as some techniques Don employs for capturing something that is simultaneously dark, illuminated and moving!



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