Clients for life
They are as just as in love as they were on their wedding day just little more merrier with their adorable children!
Welcome to Maui Photo Tours & Workshops!
Welcome to Maui Photo Tours. Our goal is to provide visitors and locals a fun way to see the island and learn photography. With the digital photography boom more people have cameras then ever before. Some of these cameras are point and shoot style and dont have a lot of options for the user but…
Maui Family Photography – Our Holiday Portrait Study with Hana
You think photographing my own child as professional photographer is a easy thing to do, right? Our first daughter, Hana is a tough cookie. She can destroy any photographer’s confidence. Her eyes can’t bear Strobe light even with huge defuser box. She won’t allow me to use reflector if sun is to harsh because reflection…
Maui Family Photography – Our Holiday Portrait Study with Aya
Every siblings will come with different personality. Our younger daughter, Aya is somewhat easier to photograph. She is 2 years old now. Maybe that’s why she tend to say “No!” rather “Yes!” But, it is much easier to negotiate with her. Kids are very sensitive with their senses. Aya refuse to ware her fancy dress…
Finding the Best Portrait Photographer for your Family
There are hundreds of photographers on Maui. Some are really good and others are very reasonably priced. In order to avoid disappointment invest some time in planning and decide what is most important. Do you want portraits that capture the expression and personalities of your family or just snapshots of your family in Hawaii.
Maui Photo Tours and Workshop – Beach photography tip
When going to the beach to create portraits of people, avoid putting the horizon line in someones head or body.
Maui Family Photography – Maui’s Winter Weather
Yesterday, It was only 81F down in Kihei. It was a pleasant day. It seems wind is dying down this morning. When we get winter weather in Maui, it may not be so convenient for visitors because we have more chance of rainy days. But, those various clouds spread all over the sky give us…
Tips for doing family photography this Holiday Season
avoid the tendency to put people in the center of the frame. Instead try putting them a little on the left or right. This change of composition can add a lot of interest and story telling to your photographs.