Posts Tagged ‘lava’

Stunning and Scary Aerial Photos of Erupting Volcano in Iceland Shooting Lava 500ft in the Air

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In case you don’t watch the news, you should know: there’s currently a volcanic eruption in progress in Iceland. Earlier this week, the Bárðarbunga volcano in the Holuhraun lava field began spewing hundreds of cubic meters of lava, providing a perfect photo-op for Icelandic photographer and Guide to Iceland co-founder Iurie Belegurschi. Read more…

7 Photo Tips for Capturing Epic Lava Shots 100% In-Camera

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CJ Kale and Nick Selway long ago fell in love with Hawaii and founded Lava Light, a photography gallery focused on capturing the ever-changing landscape created by an active volcano and crashing waves — and sometimes both together when the conditions are just right. And if swimming with fire and dodging lava bombs weren’t challenging enough, these photographers believe in creating their images completely in-camera.

Balancing exposures between sky, water and lava can be incredibly tricky. Luckily, Lava Light has shared some tips to help you get the shot without combining exposures or using HDR. Read more…

Swimming with Fire: BTS Video and Q&A with Two Daredevil Lava Photographers

We’ve introduced you to best friends CJ Kale and Nick Selway before, back in 2012 when we first shared the beautiful photography they created for their gallery “Lava Light Galleries.” But today, you get to go into the water with them while they tell you about capturing amazing shots while, at times, swimming in 110°F water. Read more…

Photographer Gets So Close to Lava That His Shoes and Tripod Catch on Fire

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Back in May, we featured the volcano photos of photographer Miles Morgan, a guy who gets so hot to lava that he’s had his shoes and tripod melt. If you didn’t believe that shoe melting fact then, check out the crazy photo above: it shows photographer Kawika Singson with his shoes and tripod in flames due to the intense heat of lava.
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Hawaii Volcanoes Time-Lapse: An Awe-Inspiring ‘Sea to Summit’ Journey

QT Luong is typically a large-format photographer who travels the U.S. photographing the beauty of its national parks. When he decided to go to Hawaii’s Volcanoes National Park, however, he chose to go digital and create the above time-lapse — according to Luong, “the first time-lapse to survey Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from sea to summit.” Read more…

Photographer Captures Abstract Photos Showing Lava Up Close

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Want to see what lava from a volcano looks like up close? Photographer Daniel Fox has spent a number of weeks this year photographing lava near Kalapana on the Big Island of Hawaii. Rather than photograph the lava in the context of its surroundings, he decided to get in close and create abstract images showing its intensity.
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Photographer Gets So Close to Lava That His Shoes and Tripod Melt

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Some photographers enjoy chasing storms; Miles Morgan enjoys “chasing” volcanos. The Hawaiian landscape photographer has spent years risking life and limb to capture beautiful photographs of molten lava.
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Photographer Ventures to Volcanos and Lava Flows in Hawaii

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Hawaii-based photographer Sean King captures beautiful photographs of lava flows in Hawaii, venturing into locations where lava reaches temperatures of 2000°F.
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Epic Pictures of the Sakurajima Volcano Erupting in Japan

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The Sakurajima volcano in southern Japan has been quite active so far in 2013, and photographer Martin Rietze recently traveled to the site to document the eruptions through photographs. His images capture smoke billowing out of the crater, lava exploding in trails of orange light, and lightning flashing back and forth inside the dark ash cloud.
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Daredevils Brave Near-Scalding Water for Incredible Lava Photographs

Photographers and best friends CJ Kale and Nick Selway tell us they make a living by creating and selling photographs of Hawaiian volcanoes. “Making a living” is an interesting choice of words, because both photographers risk their lives in capturing their incredible images of violent explosions and glowing lava flows.
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