More Maui

Want more Maui?

Maui Postcards is just the latest Maui offering we’ve put together. The following is a list of other Maui websites, blogs, photos, Apps, ebooks, and prints that are waiting to bring you more of that Aloha spirit and become part of your daily routine.

Apps

The App that hooked me on iPhone and iPad development, and the first App I released was the Daily Maui Photo App.

Daily Photo View for the iPhone

Daily Photo View for the iPad

Learn more at: www.dailymauiphoto.com/iphone

eBooks

Near the end of 2011, I started playing around with more and more Apps on the iPad and getting creative with my Maui photos, and ended up starting an eBook series named “Maui by Poster”.

The 2nd eBook in the series focused on my aerial imagery from flying above the island.

Check out the Posters and download the eBooks for free at: www.mauibyposter.com

Websites

For me, it all started with my first Maui site back in 2007…

www.kaanapalidreamin.com

Ka’anapali Dreamin’ was a personal site that I started for my wife and I to share all our personal experiences on our annual trips to Maui. It’s long overdue for an update, but it still has quite a bit of first-hand experiences to share with new and veteran visitors alike.

www.dailymauiphoto.com

After collecting so many photos of Maui over the years, I was inspired to put them into a daily photo rotation, and along the way, Daily Maui Photo was born.

It’s easy to get your Daily Dose of Aloha by following along via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, iGoogle, RSS, email, or our iPhone and iPad App. I think I covered them all.

Blogs

Back to Ka’anapali Dreamin’ for a moment, it is easily the largest blog in my portfolio, with something like 350+ posts.

There was our Sunday Photos series that had a good run in the blogs peak, as well as detailed Trip Journal posts with accounts from the island during our trips.

Check it out at: www.kaanapalidreamin.com/blog

Photos

Photography is about story telling, right?

Well, in Hawai’i people share their tales by Talking Story, and that’s what this next site was all about.

www.mauibyphoto.com

The home page explains the concept. People can browse through pictures of different places on the island to revisit their favorite Maui vacation memories.

From there, they can share their own stories and read stories from others that have visited the same place and read their stories, too.

It’s also intended to be a great place for first time visitors to check out what others are saying about places they want to check out, or for returning folks wanting to find something new they haven’t seen yet.

Prints

Getting my very best images available for ordering prints is a long-term goal. There are a lot of images to go through and many options to consider.

In the meantime, the same photos featured in my Maui by Poster eBook series are also available for prints through my photography website. Check out www.mauibyposter.com/prints for more details.