Capturing Aloha Photography

Capturing Aloha Photography
Christie Petersen
Honolulu, HI
Phone: (808) 892-5433
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Address: 580 Lunalilo Home Rd. #1410, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825, United States Top rated Honolulu photographers, we at Capturing Aloha are an Oahu Photographer located in Honlolulu, Hawaii specializing in Family Photography, Child Photography, Newborn Photography, as well as Maternity Photography. Our photographers intend to produce beautiful photographic masterpieces you and your children can value for life. We'll visit the area's most beautiful beaches, stunning blue water, rock formations, jungles, and palm trees and "capture aloha" in your photos so you have amazingly beautiful pictures that capture memories for many years to come. Some of our photography locations on the island of Oahu include vacation spots from Hololulu, Lanikai, Haleiwa, Waikiki, and Waimanalo Beach. All popular destinations for photographers, surfers, beach goers, snorkelers, and more. Our Locations Consist Of, Waimanalo Bay, Oahu's top area for family photography and has been voted some of the very best beaches in the world! With the nickname Sherwoods Beach, this place has a deep forest-pinewood feel. Waialae Beach is just one of Oahu's best locations for family photography and has been elected some of the very best beaches in the world! With the nickname Kahala Beach, this location has a residential, palm lined beachy feel. Ala Moana and the Hilton Lagoons are a popular place for babies and kids on all of Oahu! It has actually been voted among the very best beaches in the world for families because surf is protected by an outlining reef which break yards far from the shore line, this location has a very beachy feel with lots of wide sweeping sandy areas. Makapuu Tidepools Beach is one of Oahu's most popular photography locations for newborn photography on all of Oahu! This place has a beach and lava rocky shoreline type of feel. Military service members may also be interested in taking photos at Pearl Harbor.

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