Tip: Get down on your subjects level… show life from it’s point of view.
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Tip – Don’t be afraid to photoshop
… sits alone in the chapel at the punchbowl memorial and softly sings hymns to himself as he remembers his lost friends.
This is one of my students who decided to climb a tree as we took a break climbing up Diamond head on one of our field trips. Tip: I used the sun behind her head to give the halo look…
Photo tip: The more open the aperture (Lower Number) the more Depth of Field your photo will have. I took this photo with my 50mm f/1.8 – Notice the Blur before and after? That’s the Depth of Field.
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Took this photo of Kyle at yesterday’s flickr friday. If you’re in Hawaii and want to ever meet up with a flickr crazy group of people join the group!
Check out http://www.birkantore.com/ . A health website that’s using one of my photos “Tree of Light”
I had the honor of shooting this couples renewal vows. From Oregon they were orginally married 25 years ago on the day of the shoot. The cerimony was held at Ko’Olina and we had a great time! I’m still working on the photos but I’ll be uploading them to this set. Thanks to GoVisitHawaii.com for [...]
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Just finished an engagement shoot last night with two of the coolest people I’ve ever photographed. We did it over at Ko’Olina during sunset and had tons of fun. Check out the rest of the set here. This set’s tip – “Don’t be afraid to use the sun as a prop for awesomeness.”