Yup, I fell for the same one as Don did - beautiful film like qualities, perfect light and, it goes without saying, a beautiful young woman. I definitely felt that "From Here to Eternity" feeling, a la flysurfer's observation, with that one of the person and their footsteps shot from above - so much so that in my minds eye just now...scrolling back I was sure there was a couple there entwined in each others arms as the waves were rolling in! True! In that one that Don mentioned...and I fell for, it's more of a "South Pacific" infused moment for me.
I've never played around much with the various film presets in SEP2 since the preview window is so slow and clunky compared to Color Efex, but these look great so I will resolve to be a bit more patient with it. The few images I've tried converting so far with the less grainy Ilford HP5 preset look good; thanks for the tip!
Actually I love Hawaii in B&W it sort of turns back the clock a little, I go about once a year for work, so for me it is hard to imagine I do not everything one could think of covered in color for backplates and while they are many times stunning, I just love my personal stuff in B&W more