Thursday, October 30, 2008

Here's a few photos of the albums I use for my weddings

Some new family picture samples

Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Some people have asked before what type of equipment I use for my weddings. Like a lot of photographers I love cameras and I may tend to over do it a little when it comes to equipment. It's just so fun to buy and use. I have at least 2 of everything. I have two camera bodies-- the Canon 5d Mark II (21.1 megapixel) and the Canon 40d (10 megapixels). The 5d Mark II is my main camera but I bring them both to all my shoots. The 40d still has a few advantages over the 5d (mainly the 6.5 frame per second shooting speed.)

I have 8 lens from a fisheye on the extreme wide angle side to a nice long telephoto lens for surfing. Here's the list for those of you into camera gear: 15mm 2.8 fisheye, 17-40mm f4.0L, 24-70mm f2.8 L, 28-135mm with image stabilization, 50mm f1.2L, 50mm 2.8 macro, 70-200mm f2.8l and the 400mm 5.6L.

Once you have booked a date don't forget to fill out this form

You can also use this form to update your information if you have already filled out the form. Thanks, Adam

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Some new wedding images

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Eric and Michelle

Here's a shot of Eric and Michelle's wedding at Luana Hills country club.

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Favorite Beach wedding locations

I really love Oahu's north shore. It's usually sunny. The wind isn't usually too strong. The beaches are big, clean and beautiful. You can watch the sunset. People are nice. It's about an hour from Honolulu but well worth the drive. There's no question in my mind these are the best beaches on the island. My two favorite spots to shoot weddings on the North Shore are Ke Iki beach and Kawela Bay.

Here's a link to Ke Iki beach on google maps

Here's a photo of the beach

Keiki is a big, mostly empty beach. Really beautiful.

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Here's a photo of the location

The beach at Kawela isn't as luxurious as Ke Iki but it it next to a cool grove of coconut trees and banyan trees. Can't beat it for variety and it's very secluded. Hardly ever anyone there.

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