Fine Art Giclee
Photographic Prints

From the moment he trips the shutter to the time you receive your new artwork, photographer Alan Plisskin is personally involved printing, packing and shipping your fine art prints. By doing so, he can assure not only faithful reproduction of his work but your satisfaction with your purchase as well.

• Archival Prints
Available in a variety of sizes, prints are created by the giclee method which uses pigmented inks (not chemical dyes) printed on museum-grade archival paper for maximum impact and longevity.
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• Framing
Optional mounting, matting and framing of prints is available. Please contact Alan directly if you'd like his assistance in selecting matte and frame styles that will enchance the print as well as compliment your decor.

• How to Order
United States customers can order online. Use the Print Size selector on a photo's enlargement page to add prints to your shopping cart.

Please contact ASP Images directly to arrange international orders or if you prefer to order offline.

• Questions?
If you have any questions, wish to make a purchase offline, or are interested in print sizes not offered on the web site, don't hesitate to
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Glowing cliffs at sunset along the Nepali coast, Kauai.
The 30 to 40 foot waves at Jaws in Maui challenge surfers from around the world.
These palm trees were on the edge of an infinity pool in the hills of Hawaii.
Hawaii Fine Art Photography Gallery

The Hawaiian Islands are amazingly diverse with each having its own character and charm. Iíve thoroughly enjoyed exploring several of them.

Kaua'i , the Garden Isle, is lush and laid back. Its dynamic topography includes the rugged Nepali coastline, the sun-drenched beaches of Poipu, and dramatic Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.

Maui, the Valley Isle, is bustling with activities and tourists. Drive the road to Hana and see incredibly lush flora and waterfalls at every turn. Wake early for a spectacular sunrise on Haleakala. Or simply relax watching the wind surfers at Hoíokipa Beach. December to April is whale watching season. At its peak in February and March, Humpback whales seem to be everywhere! Breaching, spyhopping, and tail slapping are a few of the behaviors you can witness from shore or on a whale watching boat tour.

Hawaii, the Big Island, has a little of everything from the lushness of the Hilo area to the dry, black lava shores of the Kailua-Kona coast, to the mountain top observatories on Mauna Kea. The active lava flow of Kiluea can change in a momentís notice making access as easy as short walk or as difficult as an eighteen mile roundtrip hike across unstable terrain.

You'll find a few more Hawaiian images in the Flowers & Flora and Wildlife Galleries.

I was drawn to the abstract colors of this eucalyptus tree bark when a gecko conveniently entered the picture.
It took being ready at sunset for 6 days before we were graced with such a beautiful sky.
On a boat we got close enough to the lava flow that I could feel the heat it emitted.  You can see the different stages of hardening of the lava all in this one flow.
A Rainbow forms over breaking waves on this Kauai beach.
Nine images of single whale breach make up this composite.
This unused Kauai pier is slowly giving way to the elements. With no development nearby, this pier looked quite out of place.
After a cold storm passed, the sky cleared for this dramatic sunrise.
Taro fields and the Hanalei River.
A long exposure captures the beauty of the surf in this evening scene that the human eye could not perceive.
Palm trees along the beach in late afternoon in Hawaii.
A 4.5 mile hike led to a viewpoint overlooking lava from Mauna Loa flowing into the ocean. A boat got close to the lava flows dropping down 30 foot cliffs. Two weeks later, 24 acres of newly formed land fell into the ocean including the very spot I was standing here.
Dormant vents and volcanic ash create this colorful scene in Haleakala on Maui.
The sun sets in the Pacific Ocean past the wavebreaks at Ke'e Beach.
Colorful koi swirling around in a pond in Poipu, Kauai.
West Maui as seen from Wailea.
Rainbow over Norfolk Pine trees in Kauai.
Rays of sunlight at sunset on Maui.
The textures of this old wood storage building show its age beautifully.
This hard to reach beach screamed "Hawaii" when I came upon it. That these palms can survive in their small patch of black sand amazes me.
On a dive, this humpback whale in Maui could stay down for up to 45 minutes.
A Green Sea Turtle heads out to the open water of the Pacific near Maui.
Geckos generally scamper away when approached making photographing them difficult. This gecko was not at all intimidated by my presence.
Three palm trees are silhouetted at sunset in Hawaii.
The lower land formed the previous week was created by the lava flow in the image with the boat.  The eruption of Mauna Loa over the past 3 decades has added hundreds of acres of land to the Big Island, Hawaii.
On a whale watching tour, this cloud formation was streaming off of Maui.
Aptly named Shipwreck Beach is in southern Kauai.
Colorful church in the hills of Hawaii.
A large swell in the Pacific along the Big Island created massive, tumultuous waves.
Remember, an "e" sounds like an "a" in Hawaiian, okay?
Who whouldn't want to be sailing in this picture?
Ho'okipa Beach in Maui is know for world class surfing and windsurfing.
Two sail boats lined up nicely off the coast of Maui.
Once plentiful, very few sugar cane fields remain in Maui.
Distant waterfalls beyond the taro field came to life after a recent rain.
This is one of the more popular black sand beaches in Hawaii. Although quite some distance from any town, it is usually quite busy, but not the morning I arrived.
Lava is a tough soil to grow in, however this trees seems to have mastered it.
I awoke to this glowing sunrise and was barely able to capture it before it was gone.
There was significantly more lava flowing into the ocean than I was able to photograph due to the lack of wind which caused the steam clouds to obscure the activity.
This turtle surprised me when it surfaced right in front of me.
What beach scene is complete without a rainbow colored beach umbrella in it?
The cloud and wave in this picture seem to be the reverse of each other.
One  of the many breaches we witnessed on a whale watching excursion in Maui.
Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, is adjacent to the wettest spot on earth.
This beach along the Kona coast is one of many a walking trail interconnects.
At dawn, the sun broke through the clouds and gave me these wonderful light rays to photograph.