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Wedding Photography Careers And What You Need To Know Part Two As mentioned in part one of wedding photography careers, I receive e-mails or phone calls from aspiring or beginning wedding photographers asking me for advice on how to become successful in the wedding photo field. In Part One, I listed 13 of the very basics of what a wedding … Read More
Nine Keys To Taking Better Pictures You can own the best camera equipment, but that can’t replace what is responsible for great photography – You! Anyone can shoot pictures, but what separates the average photographer and the elite is how you use the camera as a tool and how to use your creativity to share your unique vision. Professional photographers … Read More
Are you planning a trip to Maui in the near future and think you may want your family’s portrait taken during your stay? Do you know someone going to Maui that maybe looking for a photographer? Are you getting married on Maui and or maybe know someone is is? If you answered yes to any of these questions please share … Read More
This beautiful local Maui couple just tied the knot at Maui Tropical Plantation. Celebrating their wedding day in a tropical garden, surrounded by exotic flowers, with the spectacular West Maui mountain range as a backdrop! No wonder so many brides choose Maui Tropical Plantation for their special day. The Garden Gazebo overlooks the sparkling lagoon and makes the perfect setting … Read More
Here’s a few more photos from the event at the Four Seasons Maui on January 9th 2010
I recently flew to Houston to shoot my friends wedding reception. It was a long flight from Maui, Hawaii with a stop over in Phoenix Arizona. It was a long way to go but, it was awesome to see my friend whom I haven’t seen in about 8 years. I stayed at the Marriott in Sugarland Texas where there was … Read More
An intimate Maui wedding on Maui’s West side, Kapalua Bay.
Behind The Lens Maui captures Maui’s Mayor, “Charmaine Tavares” who addressed a group at the Maui Marriott this week.
Three Basic Lighting Choices There are 3 basic choices: flash, hotlights and cool lights. Hotlights (also known as tungsten lights) are called hotlights because they really are hot. They’re just ordinary quartz halogen lights, often around 500-800 watts and they can be used for video (which of course needs a continuous light) and for photographing small products. They don’t really … Read More