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Ryan Dyar / 226 items

N 161 B 1.4K C 1 E Jul 24, 2022 F Aug 8, 2022
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Lava pouring into the Pacific Ocean on the coast of Hawaii well before dawn. As lava rapidly cools upon entering the water it can explode, sending molten chunks of rock into the sky.

As always, thanks for scrolling far enough to see my dumb little picture. If you are interested in seeing how I create my dumb little pictures you can head to www.ryandyar.com or check out the link in my profile.

Tags:   Ryan dyar travel nature landscape photography night seascape sea ocean Hawaii ocean entry flow volcano lava

N 1.4K B 89.1K C 89 E Jul 22, 2022 F Aug 3, 2022
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You know what’s annoying? Photographers telling other photographers how they should make their photos. Soooo annoying. Even more annoying is a dumbass photographer telling someone how to make their photos.

That said, I just released a new tutorial where I “suggest” not “tell” people a few (or 30+) ideas and techniques I’ve come up with over the last 15 years that I use all the time. So if you want to be annoyed by my dumbass for 100 minutes telling you things about what to do to your photos, feel free to check it out.

Jeez, I’m horrible with self promotion. But you can head to www.ryandyar.com if you’re interested.. Also, here’s a photo of the 61g lava flow on Hawaii’s Big Island.

Tags:   photography seascape landscape nature Ryan dyar kalapana island ocean entry flow volcano Hawaii lava

N 290 B 3.0K C 21 E Jun 27, 2022 F Jul 28, 2022
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Maybe it’s a bit kitsch to some people, or a little bit less than “realistic” to others, but I like including sea birds in my seascape images… even if I’m shooting the waves at a relatively slow shutter speed. I’ll often be shooting a scene like this on a tripod, snapping exposure after exposure to get a wave I like, then end up cranking the ISO and drop the shutter speed on my camera to capture the birds that are almost always flying around on the coast, then blending the two together in post. I know the idea of two different shutter speeds feels a bit… off. But I like the sense of waves creeping up the beach while looking up and seeing the coastal birds. To me that’s what standing at the edge of the ocean feels like. So yeah, I know it’s probably kitsch, but so is pretty much every photo I make if I’m honest.

As always, thanks for scrolling far enough to see my dumb little picture. If you are interested in seeing how I create my dumb little pictures you can head to www.ryandyar.com or check out the link in my profile.

Tags:   light gull seagull bird sunrise sea stacks sea stack seascape ocean sea bandon Ryan dyar Pacific Northwest northwest Oregon

N 233 B 3.3K C 20 E Jul 23, 2022 F Jul 25, 2022
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Here is an image of my friend Miles Morgan on the edges of a cliff looking down into the crater of a volcano where a massive lake of lava churns, bubbles and explodes. While looking at this image please keep in mind the willpower and mental fortitude it took for me to not shove his ass over the edge.

As always, thanks for scrolling far enough to see my dumb little picture. If you are interested in seeing how I create my dumb little pictures you can head to www.ryandyar.com or check out the link in my profile.

Tags:   Hawaii Ryan dyar volcanic travel night lake crater lava volcano

N 1.2K B 98.2K C 73 E Jul 17, 2022 F Jul 18, 2022
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Quiver Trees in Namibia in the middle of the night. The Southern Hemisphere night-sky is pretty awesome.

As always, thanks for scrolling far enough to see my dumb little picture. If you are interested in seeing how I create my dumb little pictures you can head to www.ryandyar.com or check out the link in my profile.

Tags:   southern desert Namib Ryan dyar light painting trees tree quiver stars galaxy milky way astro sky night africa namibia


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