Maui Photographer Susan Seubert in National Geographic Traveler Magazine

The March Issue of National Geographic Traveler is out to subscribers and it is with great pleasure that I am able to share these images from the story.  The article was put online a few days ago, but now the printed version is also available.  Although I didn’t shoot all the images for the article, I did wind up with the majority of published pictures along with a nice byline.  Here are the photographs from the story that I made.  Please go buy a copy of the magazine, or even better, support magazines and get a subscription!  You can also look at more of my photography of Hawaii on my photoshelter site by clicking here.  I spend four months a year in Maui, so I am very proud to have had this opportunity to feature one of my favorite places on earth in pictures.  I hope you enjoy the story and have the opportunity to visit our 50th state sometime in the very near future. Aloha and mahalo nui loa!

Opening spread for the cover story "Undiscovered Maui" in National Geographic Traveler Magazine
Makamakaole Falls on Maui's rugged North Shore
Kahakuloa, the Hawaiian village located on Maui's rugged North Shore, accessible only by a narrow, one lane, cliff hugging road

These images were made with a Canon 5D, Canon 5D Mark II, and one film camera, the Hasselblad.  When shooting digitally, I always shoot in a RAW format.  The digital images were processed in Adobe’s Lightroom software program.

22 Replies to “Maui Photographer Susan Seubert in National Geographic Traveler Magazine”

  1. Congratulations Susan!

    Once again you did a beautiful job. The opening spread is fantastic (we both know the genius designers behind that!)…

    Oh, every time I see your layouts, I miss working for Traveler….

    What is he eating in the top right of the third spread?!

    1. Thank you Deb!!! Yes, I was very, very happy with the way the story ended up being laid out. That man is eating raw helmet urchin, known in Hawaiian as (i think) wana. We tasted it and it was delicious. Just like uni, only fresher because it was straight off the rocks.

  2. Your photos are just beautiful! Unlike yours, my own photos never quite do the scenery justice.

    Thanks for posting the link to the article as well – I really enjoyed reading it! 🙂

  3. I love the photos of Makamakaole Falls. That Banyan tree is just epic. Went there just the other day; bring your mosquito repellent, wow!!

  4. Dear Susan, You are a treasure for all of us:) Words cannot express how glorious your work is:) Actually,I don’t know where to begin:) I’m so thrilled as I browse though your photo shoots loving everything and finding favorites:) You pass through nature and continue with architecture(I love your photos of doors and views of cities:) Your sensitivity to the human touch found in the delight of swimmers in the water under the falls using a backward statement showing no faces,but using body language instead:)..I could go on and on,but trust my appreciation of your talent:) You can teach a skill to someone,but you can’t teach artistry:) You have the artistry to make your work rise to the top if the mountain:) love,Ardyth Shapiro…A true admirer of yours:)

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