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Your wedding images should make your eyes open wide and your jaw drop to the floor as you gasp in delight. The photographs from your wedding should transcend the simple pieces of paper they are printed on. Results like these will be determined by locating…

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Recently, Mr. Anwar Bashir of Exterran Energy Solutions urgently needed a headshot and he found my site online.  Through my website he was able to conveniently check my schedule, see my pricing, and book his session for two hours later that same day. Mr.…

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Some say Kevin Mitnick of Mitnick Security Consulting is the world’s most famous hacker.  I was hired by VMWare to photograph one of their recent conventions at which Mr. Mitnick was the keynote speaker.  Needless to say, I turned the wifi off on my…

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Recently I started creating a new style of family portrait session using butterfly lighting, and of course I am using my own family as examples. So far I have completed a portrait of my wife and of my daughter. Tonight I competed a session of my son,…

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One thing I love about being a professional photographer is the access I sometimes receive and the amazing people I get to meet. I found myself shooting at The Pepsi Super Bowl Half Time Rehearsal Party last Thursday. By the end of the shoot I had seen…

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I was very honored this week to have the Cigna National Director come into the studio for a business headshot. The movie has been sped up 400% and is best viewed in full screen.

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My name is Aric Hoek and I’d like to share some real world wedding photography tips and advice you can use to ensure you get the absolute best images from your wedding no matter who photographs your wedding.  You can find the simple ideas listed below and…

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  As far as I can tell, Butterfly Lighting (also known as Paramount Lighting) was used as early as the 1920’s by a photographer named George Hurrell. I recently purchased his book, George Hurrell’s Hollywood, and it really moved me, which is saying a lot…

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Some of my best wedding photographs.
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