Category Archives: Portraits
Got a call to do a last minute graduation portrait. Talking to the Mom, she was interested in a family portrait since the last one they had done was when the kids were small. After some back and forth due … Continue reading
Now that the end of the school year is approaching, just a reminder that we do Graduation portraits both in the studio and on location. You may download a copy of the current price list in the pricing information section. … Continue reading
I’m decently proficient in Photoshop but there are limits. Had a family portrait of 125+. Weather decided to bring in a tropical storm on the day we had scheduled the shoot (IOW, it was raining). We’re getting wet, my equipment … Continue reading
Sometimes additional makeup is needed, other times a qualified makeup artist (MUA) does such a good job that no enhancement is needed. In the last year, a new application has made is possible to enhance one’s makeup to get the … Continue reading
With most of the images I post, it seems I only photograph attractive females. Nope, I do my share of guys too including a fair amount of graduation portraits. For information, download the grad price list in the pricing section.
It’s a little late for this year but for the 2017 Graduating Class, we offer both studio & location portraits. Pricing information is on our pricing page. For more information email email@example.com or call us 808.927.5666
For the last 7 years, I was fortunate to have studio space available in the McCully area due to the generosity of the building owner. He has since leased out the space to a new business and I had to … Continue reading
One of the relatives purchased a gift certificate for a family portrait on location. After almost a year, they called to redeem it. Since they had property on the North Shore, that’s where they chose to take the portrait.
Sometimes, no matter the effort of trying to coordinate clothing, people will wear what they’re comfortable in. My former assistant wanted a family portrait this year. She tried to coordinate clothing. “Tried” is the definitive word. Local people from Hawaii … Continue reading