Makiti, Hawaii is a paradise, but there’s one place where it’s a little different: the wedding photography industry.
A little over a week ago, I went to the Makiti International Airport to catch the sunset over the island, only to be met by a man in a black dress and white gloves who was trying to book me for a wedding in the sky.
Makiti is a small island in the Pacific Ocean, and is home to the largest collection of sea lions in the world, with about 1,000 in all.
In the skies above, Makiti is home for a few thousand birds, with the birds and the sea lions, a fact that many locals and visitors take for granted.
But the man who was attempting to book my wedding for me was a photographer.
The photographer was from the United Kingdom, but had never been to Makiti before, which made him a little bit of a stranger to me.
I asked him to show me around, and he did.
I was immediately intrigued by the incredible atmosphere of Makiti.
I thought he might be interested in my wedding, but he seemed like the type of person who’d probably be interested only in his own photography, not my wedding.
So I was happy to meet him, but I wasn’t really sure what to expect.
Makitis small island is dotted with gorgeous islands that offer spectacular views of the Pacific.
Makaʻi, the largest island, has a beautiful sunset, while the smaller islands of Kūsaka, Kaʻili and Makaʼi are also very beautiful.
I had the privilege of meeting the photographer for my wedding day at the Makitimis largest and most beautiful island, Makaikī.
In the early morning hours of June 15, 2017, I walked up to the beach to meet the photographer.
He was a beautiful man, with a great smile and a soft voice that made him seem almost friendly.
We shook hands and started to talk about the beautiful day we were about to have.
The photographer took the opportunity to introduce himself and introduce me to the other photographers on his team.
“Hi, I’m Brian, and I’m here to help you with your wedding,” he said.
“I’m a professional wedding photographer.
You should be very excited about it.”
He explained how he’s a photographer who has worked in the U.K., but his family is from the island of Makitimo, where his father grew up.
Brian’s mother is a Makitīan.
Brian said he’d have a great wedding.
“It will be so beautiful and magical,” he told me.
I want to get as much detail as I can on your guests, so I need to be able to tell what’s happening, so the details of your dress will be really, really clear. “
I’m going to do a lot of lighting.
I want to get as much detail as I can on your guests, so I need to be able to tell what’s happening, so the details of your dress will be really, really clear.
I’ll be photographing the people who are going to be at your wedding, so we can see them in their dress.”
I told Brian that I had never planned to be married, and that I wanted to get married and spend the rest of my life in Hawaii.
I also wanted to know more about the photographer’s wedding.
When I asked Brian what kind of photography he used, he said he likes to shoot with “a little bit more detail,” so he shoots with his Canon 5D Mark III, but sometimes uses his iPhone or Android smartphone to shoot.
“I shoot a lot with my iPhone, but the best way to learn to use your iPhone is to use it,” he continued.
“My iPhone is great because you can get all your information right there.
I love to use my camera.
I use the camera to shoot the background, to shoot my family and the people, and then just do it from the moment that I see the flash, or the sun.”
You’ll know what you’re looking at when you see it, because you’ve got the flash on.
You know, I have the best light in the house.
The sun is the light, and the light is the most beautiful light that you can have.
I shoot a light on the outside and the inside of my house.
All I need is the flash.
“Brian also told me that he was working with his wife, and their two children, on their wedding day.
He said that he had to travel to Makitima to shoot for his wedding, which was his first time shooting on a small boat.
During our conversation, he also shared that he and his wife were also planning to have their first child on their honeymoon in August.”
We are planning to get the baby in September,” Brian said.
He explained that it was difficult for him to get permission to take his family to Makita