Hawaii Big Island Photographer – Families

Want to make your vacation truly epic? Book a Hawaii Big Island photographer with us! We have a team of experienced and seriously talented photographers. And even better – we specialize in Maui and Big Island beach sessions. Yup, that’s right. Beach photographer is our bread and butter and we pride ourselves on being the best of the best.

Basic Tips on What to Wear for your Hawaii Beach Session:

  • Solid colors always photograph well. There’s no risk of distracting from faces, joyful interactions or even the beautiful Hawaii scenery.

  • Ladies: look for soft, natural fabrics that drape and flow. These make for beautiful portraits and give a sense of motion.

  • Choose colors to pick up the beautiful colors of the ocean and sunset. Neutrals such as soft pinks, cream, muted blues, soft greens and white all photograph extremely, blending effortlessly with the natural elements rather than competing with them.

  • When in doubt select one patterned outfit for a single person in the family and then pull colors from that pattern to dress everyone else in solid colors to coordinate.

  • Don’t worry about shoes. Plan on being barefoot as shoes in the sand aren’t really practical and look a little odd. In fact, please don’t bring nice sandals to the beach! Sand is pretty good at getting everywhere.

  • Bring a change of clothes or backup shirt/bottoms for little ones and a towel. Someone inevitably gets a bit wet and sandy from the ocean sprays or surprise dips in the ocean!

Book your Hawaii Big Island Photographer today!

Are you planning a family vacation to the Big Island? Let my capable team capture your trip to Hawaii with a stunning sunrise or sunset photo session on one of the beautiful beaches. I’d love to capture memories you’ll cherish forever! Book Your Hawaii Big Island Photographer Today


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