Friday, September 30, 2011

Jason and Amanda - Ala Moana

You may remember when we posted this photo on facebook of Jerry in action at a recent photo shoot -

Well, the couple in that photograph was Jason and Amanda. Jerry recently photographed the young military couple at Ala Moana Beach Park. They both were a lot of fun to work with and ended up having some amazing photographs! You can really see the love this couple has for each other in these images.

Jason and Amanda had a great story of how they met. Amanda is from Iowa, and Jason is from Washington state. Both attended a mutual friends wedding in New York and the rest is history.

Jason is in the Navy and they wanted some photos of him in his sailor dress whites. Amanda patiently waited for him as it took him about twenty minutes to change. It was completely worth the wait, because the photos in his dress whites turned out really great.

We can't help but to have a soft spot for all our military customers.  It probably has something to do with the fact that the majority of the Hawaiianpix crew is a military spouse. :) We love our military!

If you want to schedule a photography session with Hawaiianpix contact Andy at 808-387-0869 or email

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Having Some Fun!

Sometimes showing your personality can be a lot of fun!

Here are a few recent photographs of our clients showing their playful side.

Christian and Elizabeth -

P Family -

Ricky and Robert -

B Family -

Hanh and Cong - 

H Family - 

...and sometimes, no matter how hard you try, your children have a different idea for how the photo shoot should go... 

We love how the B Family handled the situation.

B Family - 

If you want to schedule your next photo session with Hawiianpix, contact Andy at 808-387-0869 or

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Papailoa Beach

North Shore

Our most popular location for our photo sessions is at the beach. There is no denying that the scenery in Hawaii is absolutely breath taking. Our customers love to take full advantage of the beautiful scenery. Jerry shoots at beaches all over Oahu, but one of the most popular beaches is Papailoa Beach on the North Shore.

Papailoa Beach is point "A" on the map

When our customers are unsure of a location, we often suggest shooting at Papailoa Beach. The beach is located about a mile away from the famous surfing town, Haleiwa.
 Papailoa Beach is a public beach nestled in a residential area. Unlike the crowded beaches of Waikiki, Papailoa Beach tends to be fairly empty and private.  

Take a look at a few of the photographs Jerry has taken at Papailoa Beach. 

Not only is the beach a perfect location to spot a sea turtle, but the area includes a wide variety of scenery which is perfect for stunning photographs. Papailoa Beach is also the perfect location for that romantic Hawaiian sunset.

 We can't promise a rainbow but they do happen a lot up here!!!

The North Shore is the country and the photos reflect that!

Surfboards are awesome props for this location

Palm tree lovers will find lots of greenery here too

And the waves, well the waves can steal the show!!!

And you might just get a picture with a green sea turtle!

If you are interested in getting your photographs taken at 
Papailoa Beach on the North Shore 
please contact Andy at (808) 387-0869 or by email at

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Love is in the Air

Here at Hawaiianpix we can definitely tell that there is some serious love in the air! 

You can see the love in that first kiss as husband and wife....

Toireasa and Ryan
You can see the love in their smiles...

Cole and Samantha
You can see the love in the way a soon-to-be father kisses his pregnant wife...

Ryan and Larin

You can see the love in the moment before a kiss....

Sheena and Robert

You can see the love in a hand hold...

Alex and Sandy
  If you're feeling the love and want to schedule a session with your special somebody you can contact Andy at 808-387-0869 or

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Hawaiianpix in the Community

Most of you will know Jerry as the photographer for Hawaiianpix. However, you may not know that he is also very active in his community. 

Recently a local non-profit organization, Epic Ohana, asked Jerry to participate in a mentoring session with one of Jerry's former "Know Your Camera" students, Robert Carlos.

Epic Ohana is an organization that helps children become self reliant and start a life of their own after they leave the foster care system. Robert was a part of the foster system, but he is definitely not letting that effect his future hopes and dreams. He was inspired after taking Jerry's "Know Your Camera" class and wants to pursue a career in the photographic and media field. His hope is to someday get to work for National Geographic.

Robert is a very driven young man that has already accomplished a lot in the past year, and we believe he can achieve anything he puts his mind to!

Here are a few more photos with Robert and his Epic Ohana support -

Hawaiianpix would like to thank Epic Ohana for allowing us to be part in such an amazing and inspiring organization. They have a wonderful website and we encourage everyone to take a look.


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