Photographing a Photographer, by Christopher Johnson

On the top of Mauna Kea, I had just arrived and was in the midst of the sunset, I was seeking some inspiration for a shot. Cold, shivering, the cloudless sky wasn’t working for a breath taking scenic, so I had to step back. To my surprise I discovered the silhouette of another photographer shooting the sunrise. Without pause, I began shooting the photographer, which became my favorite shot of the trip.

Photographing a Photographer, by Christopher Johnson

Olympus E-5 with 14-45mm Zuiko lens | Exposure f/22 @ 1/4sec | ISO 100 | Mounted on a tripod
Photographing a Photographer, by Christopher Johnson

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | August 13
Photo of the Day Award Category: Sunrise & Sunset Photography
Photograph Location: Mauna Kea, Hawaii | The United States

Photographer: Christopher Johnson (Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA) Registered
Christopher has received many awards in local art shows, displayed work in local galleries and exhibits, and has sold work to a number of local businesses and art collectors. Further more he has been printed in numerous issues of the Tahoe Quarterly Magazine and is currently with Photo Resources of Hawaii.
Currently living in Hawaii he is bringing his unique view of the landscape to photographing the many qualities of the tropical islands. Exploring the hidden mysteries that are so new to this mountain born photographer.

Portfolio: www.fromhereonin.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Tophertimer

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