I’ve just returned from a 10 day assignment for Pacific Island Living Magazine. The Brief: Write a travel story about Samoa and photograph the country’s tourist attractions across its two main islands – Upolu and Savaii. And include some food shots.
Thankfully, I’ve photographed Samoa several times for its national tourism authority and a few of its resorts so I had a fair idea of where to start, and the weather was perfect so it was a pleasurable and productive shoot resulting in about 300 gigabytes of photos (of which – as is usually the case – only about 400 of the best photos will see the light of day).
Here’s a small sample of some of the pics that made the cut:
To see more of the photos captured, visit the Samoa Gallery of our on-line photo library at www.davidkirklandphotography.com.
Next Assignment: The Grand Pacific, Fiji.