About The Day is Stephen & Sonia, the multi-award winning husband & wife photography team, who've been capturing weddings together now for over a decade. “Our unique blend of realism and artistry, along with our ease behind the camera, allows you to relax, be yourself, and trust that the results will be phenomenal.
We are a husband-wife photography team that commits to 100% customer satisfaction. We have created a photography experience that combines every aspect of your photography. Forget the stress of designing your announcements, or worrying where to print! EVERYTHING is covered in one price. Email us, and get a quote today!
whether he's swimming with the sharks, dodging windsurfers in the waves or hanging out of helicopters, he has made a career out of capturing precious moments with skill and finesse. Jason Moore's style of shooting is reflected in his eye-popping color and his attention to composition.
I would describe my photographic style as "environmental." For me, this term goes beyond the common meaning of images of nature and greenery---though I have a deep-rooted appreciation for this style---and extends to encompass capturing my subjects amidst a meaningful environment.
I am a boutique portrait photographer serving Oahu, HI using available light on-location; I focus on quality not quantity. As a low volume boutique portrait photographer I can focus on creating a unique and memorable experience from the first inquiry to long after your session is completed.
Your wedding is a very exciting time in your life. Having a professional wedding photographer is an important investment to preserve your wedding day. Frank has been photographing weddings in Maui for over five years. He created packages to suit every specialized wedding needs and a picture for ever memory.
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