Adam A. Palmer Photography

Adam A. Palmer Photography

Adam Palmer

53-549 Kamehameha Hwy #612
Hauula, HI 96717

(808) 554-7721

I shot my first wedding in 1998 and have had hundreds of happy customers since then. I have a 4 year college degree in photography, I have published a book and sell my artwork in galleries. I’ve been living and breathing photography since I got my first professional camera in 1993. It’s not just a job for me–it’s a passion.

Value – you might be able to find Hawaii wedding photographers who advertise cheaper but I don’t think you’ll find anyone out there who is of better value. You’re not just paying for all my experience–you are also getting a lot of extras for your money. Even my smallest package is huge compared to a lot of other Hawaii wedding photographers out there. I shoot every wedding personally and I very work hard for every wedding I shoot.

Style – experience and value are nothing if you don’t like the photographers style. People choose me because they like the way I keep the photos real. Nothing cheesy or overdone here. I like to shoot a lot of candid and photojournalistic style photos. I still take all the family group shots and have no problem posing the two of you together. I like to keep my posing natural–like something you would have done on your own–adjusted slightly so it looks perfect for the camera. My goal is to capture the true beauty of the day.

Quality Hawaii wedding photography – in college I worked in a photo archive and I learned a lot about what it takes to make a photo last as long as possible. The 4×6’s are printed using the highest quality traditional photo paper out there. The enlargements are made using the best quality printing available to give them an archival life of 100 to 150 years. The DVD that you get is the highest quality DVD’s made–the reflective layer is 24K gold and the recording layers is made from archival dyes to make the DVD last for over 100 years. Other photographers use standard DVD’s that last less than 10 years.

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