http://karmahill.com - We are thrilled to have photographed this incredible Maui Destination Wedding! The bride was driven to Southside Beach in a classic Maui Roadster by her dad. We think this is such a fun idea, and it sure made for some great photos! We love that they had a little daddy- daughter moment just prior to the […]The post A Festive Celebration ~ Samantha & Samuel’s Maui Destination Wedding appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - We had a blast at this Maui Family Portrait session! Nick promised Kristen three years ago to take family portraits, and with them being on vacation in Maui in seemed like the perfect time to make it happen! They were the sweetest family ever! Their little boy, Carson, was so cute and friendly. When we first met on […]The post Equal parts Sweet and Silly ~ Iwata’s Maui Family Portrait appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - This was such a fun Maui Honeymoon Portrait session. Jenae and Mark met at work and instantly clicked, love stories like this are the absolute best! Nothing beats that immediate connection. They were so comfortable with each other and laughed together as if they’ve been together forever. We are thrilled they included us in their honeymoon celebrations! […]The post Newlywed Glow ~ Jenae & Mark’s Maui Honeymoon Portrait appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - This sweet family decided to do a Maui Family Portrait session in their formal wedding attire. We love this idea and are thrilled with how the photos turned out! Their little boy, Milan, was such a sweetheart, just look at that face! You can tell he means the world to his parents and has only deepened their […]The post Formal and Fresh ~ The Zarin’s Maui Family Portrait appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - This was such a fun Maui Elopement, no one knew, and they planned it in just two weeks! Lindsay and Richard knew right away it was something real. “When you know you know” right?! They currently have a long distance relationship, Lindsay is making arrangements to trade in the California heat for the Washington rain to be with Roger. […]The post Something Real ~ Lindsay & Roger’s Maui Elopement appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - Emily and Anthony were incredible to work with for their Maui Venue Wedding! They had the best attitude! Dragon Fruit Farm was partially burned in a fire during Hurricane Lane. This caused some distress while waiting to find out if the ceremony location would still work for their wedding. While the farm itself now has a […]The post On the Same Page ~ Emily & Anthony’s Maui Venue Wedding appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - Heather and David brought their three sons to join them for their Oahu Beach Wedding. There was such an intimate feeling present at Paradise Cove as the couple became husband and wife, strengthening their bond not only with each other but also with their children. It was incredibly touching how they included their boys by presenting each […]The post Family Excitement ~ Heather & David’s Oahu Beach Wedding appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - We are so honored to have been included for this Maui Maternity Portrait session! Yoonmi and her husband are expecting their first baby at the end of October! Congratulations you two, this is such a special time in your relationship and life. There truly is no better place to escape than Maui for a babymoon. The couple […]The post Glowing with Joy ~ The Park’s Maui Maternity Portrait appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://karmahill.com - Amanda and Garrett were married a year ago in Colorado. Since they didn’t get very many wedding photos they decided to fly to Maui to celebrate their one year anniversary with Amanda’s wedding dress in tow, for a Maui Couples Portrait session! We think this is a great idea, it is never too late to get the wedding photos of your dreams! We […]The post One Year Down ~ Amanda & Garrett’s Maui Couples Portrait appeared first on Karma Hill Photography.
http://www.photographinggod.com - God has created an amazing spectrum of culture that we must protect and cherish. If we grow up thinking that everyone must look and be like us, we miss the blessing of diversity and the sheer potential of man's inventive nature. The post Rare Photos of Tribe Spur Urgent Pleas to Protect It appeared first on photographingGOD.
http://www.photographinggod.com - “The color of beauty is light.” -Greg Pai Without light, there is no way to literally see beauty and there is certainly no need for photographs or photography. Light represents the fullness of all colors, visible and invisible, in the spectrum. So, why is this important? Because the “Voice of the World” wants you to […]The post Beauty Is In The Eyes Of The Creator. Not The Beholder. appeared first on photographingGOD.
http://www.photographinggod.com - Not all people who have met the misfortune of homelessness are homogeneous and can be lumped into one group. Homelessness does not define a person. Rather, it is a description of one’s circumstances and not who they are. Let us never forget that these are individuals with their own special stories and the blessing of […]The post The Eyes Have It; But The Homeless Have The Eyes appeared first on photographingGOD.
http://www.photographinggod.com - This article is easily controversial and many people will have different kinds of problems with it. WARNING: It is not dinner table conversation! Nevertheless, what I find especially resolving is that this mainstream look at how our brains respond when experiencing God seems to suggest that it doesn’t matter what “belief system” we subscribe to; The […]The post Got God On My Mind AND In My Mind appeared first on photographingGOD.
http://www.photographinggod.com - The first time I read this article, I felt hope leak out of me. Who wouldn’t. And the photos didn’t help since they made this little girl’s short life and its finality very real. But, by the grace of God, I was able to pivot my emotions so I could find light in such total darkness. […]The post Fight Like A 2 Year Old appeared first on photographingGOD.