Posts Tagged ‘silhouettes’

Shooting amazing Silhouettes

Shooting Amazing Silhouettes. Times have changed a lot with photography, particularly since the arrival of digital photography. There are just so many different cameras available these days for just about any kind of application, ranging from iPhones, to SLR’s, to mirrorless, even GoPros. The most innovative item I’ve seen in a while though is the […]


My canvas tribute to the north shore

I’ve been living here on the world famous north shore  of Oahu now for almost 17 years.  I remember when I first moved here.  I had to find a house to rent when I first arrived and was amazed to pick up the top floor of a sick beach house, right at Pipe with the best […]


Shadowland – The Collection

Folks, I’ve been working on a new collection for quite some time now, called Shadowland. Some of these images are in fact years old, but the collection only just came together recently. I’ve always loved the interplay of light in strong contrasting light situations which often result in silhouettes. I’ve always been drawn to these […]


Dark menace

Dark Menace – is part of the new Shadowland collection and was photographed several years ago in Tahiti, just as a rain storm was about to envelop us for a good half an hour. I snapped this one right before the rain started. Dark menace is shown here as a 30 x 45 inch canvas […]


Fins n’ Palms – surf art

I photographed this cool silhouetted surf truck with surfboards against the backdrop off a ton of palm trees near Haleiwa one evening. I’ve always loved silhouettes and loads of color, so a picture like this speaks volumes to me. I offer custom printing in Canvas and ultra premium gloss paper across a wide range of […]


Californian gold on print and canvas

… and the weather just continues to deliver amazing conditions…


The Sean Davey Calendar Collection

Sean Davey calendars have proved to be quite popular over the years, so I got together with my mate John Conover over at CalendarLink.biz to create a range of Sean Davey calendars for 2012. The beauty of these calendars besides the images, is that you can start these calendars on any month that you like, […]


Davey currently featuring at Aurora Photos

Sean Davey Feature at Aurora Photos

One of my picture agents are the outdoor adventure specialists; Aurora Photos, based on the east coast of the U.S. I’m one of their water specialist photographers and they are currently featuring a slide show of my surf and water imagery on the features section of their website . You can click here for the […]


Pipeline sunrise – this morning

Deep inside the take off zone at Pipe.

Folks, most mornings, all year round, my wife Lane gets up really, really early. She’s surf obsessed. She has to get amongst the waves and get her share before the all the other surfers descend upon it. During the Hawaiian summer, this means she’s getting up like 4.30 – 500 am to make it into […]


Kam’ Highway gets all golden

Lane and her V-Dub

I was working in my home office late this afternoon and realised that I’d almost missed the sunset and I really want to try to keep this run of sunsets happening, so I jumped in my car and was driving along Kam Hwyy when I saw the golden light already taking over the place and […]


Cool tropical moment of the day

Fins n' Palms

Hey Folks, thought I’d share this one with you from Haleiwa beach park, on the north shore. All the elements were in place. A bitchin’ red sunset with the old surf truck, complete with surfboards. I love it when these kinds of pictures just happen. They are amongst my most favourite kinds of images to […]


“Waimea Power” nets another double

Gig poster for Kehau Sullivan's Aloha Jam on the 5th of March.

As many of you know, it’s been an amazing season here for really big surf. One of my favourite images from the recent big swell episodes was one such image that I captured late in the day before the Eddie ran. This picture of several surfers just scraping over a huge set wave at


River surfing at waimea Bay

Beautiful standing waves at Waimea rivermouth

I was on my way over to Haleiwa with Jamie Obrien today when we noticed the river flowing at Waimea, so we stopped in for a look. It was rad. there were like 4-5 foot standing waves at times and surfers were just frothing on every peak that was unfortunate to have reared it’s head […]


4th of July at a leisurely north shore pace

Hi all this is actually now the 5th of July, but I thought I would post something about how the 4th of July looked from this little corner of the world, out here on the north shore of Oahu in Hawaii, out in the middle of the Pacific. I actually started my day off very […]