News & Events : Oahu

Two Secrets to Great Sunset Images

Two Secrets to Great Sunset Images Don’t actually take pictures of the sunset! WAIT!! Yup, that’s it. You’ve been there, you are on vacation at some tropical paradise and everyone gathers to watch the sunset, maybe even see the “Green Flash” but as soon as the sun goes below the horizon everyone leaves because supposedly […]

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The Pink Hotel – Royal Hawaiian Waikiki

I was in Waikiki to photograph Diamond Head for a private client and as I walked by the Royal Hawaiian the clouds and sky were so dramatic. What is it about the Royal Hawaiian Hotel that brings a smiles to people’s faces? Nostalgia of old Hawaii, the color of the hotel, the Mai Tais? Whatever […]

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Diamond Head and Waikiki

This 760-foot tuff crater is one of Hawaii’s most famous landmarks and one of my favorite places to hike.  I didn’t get a chance to hike it this trip, but if you are on Oahu you need to put that on your list of things to do!  Go early in the day as it gets […]

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Sunrise Over Kalama Valley

Just took a couple snapshots off the porch of the high puffy clouds because the pattern looked so cool! I hope you enjoy. Ethan www.EthanTweedie.com Follow me on Twitter!! Become a fan on Facebook! http://on.fb.me/9V8NYe EthanTweedie@gmail.com 808-938-4665 Share on Facebook

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Miles of Sandy Beaches on the North Shore

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Sailing in Kane`ohe Bay

Spent a great day sailing on Kane`ohe Bay on Oahu!! Follow me on Twitter!! Become a fan on Facebook! http://on.fb.me/9V8NYe EthanTweedie@gmail.com 808-938-4665 Share on Facebook

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Pu’eone

I went camping this past weekend at a place called Malaekahana over on the North Shore of Oahu.  My friend Tommy brought his canoe Pu’eone and on Saturday we rode the waves just outside the beach break.  It was a lot of fun getting back in a canoe again!!  I remembered Pu’eone from my paddling […]

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