- Landscapes: These Tahitian mountains and forests have been the focal points of the most incredible images ever seen in the 32-year history of Islands. See how we turn a beautiful scene (the one you're standing in) into a phenomenal image.
- Portraits: Nothing says more about a place than its people. That's why portraits are essential to Islands feature stories. And this Polynesian culture is hard to top when it comes to photogenic people, when the shots are done right. And besides, the simple act of meeting locals can be the highlight of a trip.
- Beaches: Why do pictures of gorgeous beaches rarely look the way you remember those same beaches in real life? Jon and Lori have some easy tips to solve the problem. Best part is, you can use them on the spot.
- Underwater: For those who have waterproof cameras, Jon can show you how he shoots fish and rays and coral as if they're in an aquarium. For those who don't have waterproof gear, enjoy the snorkeling.
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