Work on Volume 3 underway

Hana PhotosAfter finishing work on a handful of other Maui projects, it’s time to get started on Volume 3 of my eBook series – featuring images from the road to Hana.

At this stage in the game, I’m going through images from our three previous trips to Hana over the years, and planning out the layout and theme of the eBook itself. And there’s a lot to chose from.

In addition to making this a photographic journey of all the sights along the famous East Maui highway, I’m also looking to add a little artistic spin to this edition as well.

Previous Editions

If you recall from the first edition, Around Maui, all the images featured were mocked up as posters using an App on the iPad.

While the second edition, Above Maui, had more of a subtle style to the image titles, this third edition aims to be something completely artistic.

What’s Planned

So far, here’s a list of working categories that images are currently being organized in (not necessarily the end result at this point):

Honomanu Bay

  • Hamoa Beach
  • Hana Bay
  • Hana Town
  • Hanawai Falls
  • Hookipa Beach
  • Keanae Peninsula
  • Koki Beach
  • O’heo Gulch
  • The Road
  • Twin Falls
  • Waianapanapa State Park
  • Wailua Falls

I still have a few hundred photos to go through, so that list will likely get longer. As I mentioned – and as anyone who’s made the journey to Hana will confirm – there’s a lot to cover.

As I wrap up the image selection process and going into editing, I’m conservatively aiming for the end of April for a release. Honestly, I’m hoping to have something much sooner than that, but things always have a habit of popping up unplanned and getting in the way.

In either case, stay tuned here and on Facebook as I sneak a few updates out as Volume 3 progresses.

Mahalo,
– Kris

About Kris

Kris and his loving wife first visited Maui in 2006, and immediately fell in love with the island and the Aloha Spirit. A software engineer by trade and an aspiring photographer, the imagery Kris has captured during return visits to Maui have been shared on websites, blogs, eBooks, and even mobile Apps.

Stay Connected

Subscribe to the blog feed below or connect with me on the social networks below.

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply