Flying Over Maui

I bought an iPad the week before going to Hawaii, but didn’t use the camera on it until we flew from Maui to Kauai. These were taken through a small, spotty airplane window, but the iPad camera produced some pretty nice results:

flying over maui

That is what I could see through the window. However, when I held the iPad horizontally, I got this:


It was as if the camera had peripheral vision, or was outside the window. It could see more than I could. Kind of freaky! Maybe that’s part of the whole “retina display” thing? Whatever, it’s pretty cool. I like the way the propeller is caught here too.

Hoping to have a longer post for you on Friday. I came down with food poisoning right before we left California and am still pretty nauseated. Let’s just say Pepto-Bismol is my best friend right now.

Hope you’re having a better week!


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12 Responses to Flying Over Maui

  1. TBM says:

    I hope you feel better soon! How do you like the ipad…I’m considering getting a tablet.

  2. Great image. I’ve never worked with Mac (must be the only photographer in the world who hasn’t) but I do like the iPad:)

    • No, you’re not alone. I never owned an Apple product before the iPhone and iPad. I love the graphics, but really miss Windows when I’m doing stuff other than photography on the iPad. It’s a minor annoyance.

  3. Caroline says:

    Sorry to hear about the food-poisoning. It’s so nasty.
    Those pictures are amazing. wWo would have thought.

  4. I hope you feel better soon!

  5. Jackie Cangro says:

    What cool photos! Crystal clear. An amazing view of the island.
    Hope you’re feeling better soon.

  6. Cheryl says:

    YIKES … the propeller looks like its coming apart. Great ipad shots!

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